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... a time when the U.S. armed forces were
still racially segregated, a training center was established outside Tuskegee
to prepare black soldiers to be pilots, a site that is now Tuskegee Airmen
National Historic Site. Although there is a gigantic parking lot at the Tuskegee
Airmen site and two hangars of displays on the Tuskegee airmen, I was the only
visitor; ditto for the museum at Tuskegee Institute. Well, two more checks off
the list of NPS units.
Last full day in the U.S. Before I leave for Australia. There seems to be so much to remember and prepare for the long flight, so I'm starting now! Hopefully I don't forget anything! I know it's going to be such an amazing experience, but I can't express how much I'm going to miss my loving husband. Jeremy, I love you and can't wait to see you when I ...
... know Rev. David and some of the students there. One young man I spoke with, Andrew, suggested Univ. of Georgia and Clemson since they have very large Wesley Foundations.
I hoped for a bit more interest given the number of students they had present. Rev. David mentioned that Sheila had a few students that he knew were considering seminary and he suggested I keep trying to reach ...
I've been trying to reach Rev. Sheila Bates at Tuskegee's Wesley Foundations for months now to no avail. I didn't want to come all this way and not at least try to drop in on her though. The address to their location on their website led to an abandoned building. Needless to say, this attempt wasn't off to the best start.
I was trying to bypass the main campus chapel as I know the relationship between she and Rev. Gray isn't the best but, I had to go over ...
... Granted, I've traveled to several developing nations where many in the population is still very poor and witnessed these living conditions, but never in the United States.
Andrew and Bernice lived in a rural part of town around Auburn on a piece of property that had been owned by their father. On the property was a run-down house that was literally falling apart and was absolutely unlivable. Attached to the house ...