Dr. Eugene Richardson shared his story with students and faculty at Penn Charter, describing how he first became interested in flying when he was just five years old.
Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology is providing students outside Washington with unique exposure to opportunities in the sciences.
The postage commemorating Charles Alfred Anderson will be unveiled March 13 at a ceremony in Bryn Mawr, the Philadelphia suburb where he grew up.
One fascinating home video available this week is a 1944 release, and another is a recent production recalling the challenges and exploits, in the same era, of the United States’ first black military pilots.
The Black History and Culture Showcase is at the Pennsylvania Convention Center this weekend, where historic artifacts and living legends will be on-hand to help tell the story of the African American experience.
It was a live Black History Month lesson for a group of Philadelphia high school students. The instructors on this night were two men who broke barriers in the 1940s.
Students of the Imhotep Institute Charter High School went on a field trip to view the new movie “Red Tails” and talk about the subject.
If only the filmmakers telling this story were as high-flying and ambitious as the heroic characters their movie celebrates.
A Chester County prep school teamed up with a neighboring retirement community to give students a crash course in what it means to serve one’s country.
Mayor Nutter helped to unveil the photo essay at the airport, depicting moments in the 70-year history of the Tuskegee Airmen, the nation’s first African-American military pilots.
A unique exhibit that showcases real stories and real artifacts about African Americans opens this weekend at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Some veterans in the city’s Northwest got an early taste of Veterans Day on Wednesday.