They went to colleges and recruited the best leaders and athletes to be Tuskegee Airmen.
Tuskegee's students could hardly afford the cost of tuition.
Tuskegee's main business was to train teachers for segregated black primary schools.
Washington's Tuskegee Institute, it should be noted, accepted women from the very start.
Dr. Roscoe Brown, 87, squadron commander of the 332nd Fighter Group, tells Marlow Stern about being a real Tuskegee Airman.
My student-days were almost at an end when she came to Tuskegee.
He wanted to be sure how we were doing things here at Tuskegee.
Would Hayti have arranged for some of its young men to be trained in farming at Tuskegee?
The pretty Tuskegee chambermaid was holding out a tray with a card on it.
There were not a few white people in the vicinity of Tuskegee who looked with some disfavour upon the project.