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January 23rd, 2012
07:39 PM ET

Tuskegee Airmen story on big screen

CNN's Fredricka Whitfield previews "Red Tails" and speaks to 92-year-old Tuskegee pilot Bob Friend.

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  1. clemen

    Many older black people should be interviewed because each person has a unique significant story of how they survived harsh racism in the early years of their lives.

    January 24, 2012 at 4:42 pm |
  2. judy whiite

    For Fredricka Whitfield.
    There would not be uproar over the comment by the Clippers owner if CNN would just shut and others who constantly try to divide .....Get over it. Why don't you stick to news that is worthy. This is a free country and free speech. You just interviewed someone regarding this and he called the Clippers owner a bigot..Whats the difference? Harsh words are harsh words. God created different races. I happen to be white, if someone called me white I am not going to start spewing out and trying to divide...Stop it. This is getting sickening.

    April 27, 2014 at 3:42 pm |
  3. judy whiite

    Another comment..I just happened to turn on channel and heard you regarding the racist remarks..I quit watching CNN quite some time ago.

    April 27, 2014 at 3:43 pm |
  4. Seymore

    Fredricka Whitfield, I think it's courageous and brave that you actually think you're a journalist.........

    June 15, 2015 at 10:19 am |
  5. Chuck Wray

    Too hard to get to a comment for you. So I will take this as a way to comment. I am still appalled that there has been no comments or hoo ha from your "gaff" about the man in Dallas. How on earth could you possibly use "brave and courageous" relating to this incident??? Yes, I am sure the man had "problems", but as usual with CNN the comment was just blown off.. one more reason why I do not watch CNN. Have a nice day.

    June 15, 2015 at 12:18 pm |

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