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LISTEN: Flying high with the first African American Commercial Pilot

By Mornings on Maine Street

Michael Cottman shares the story of David Harris and how he broke the color barrier in commercial aviation. His book is "Segregated Skies: How the First African American Commercial Pilot Earned His Wings."

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LISTEN: Flying high with the first African American Commercial Pilot
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