Local History: Part 2: Tunicans in World War II
During World War II, many black citizens from Tunica served in the armed forces, including G.W. Henderson, Sr.
“There weren’t many blacks in the Army then, and that made our race stand out.
“We were proud to be Americans. I was proud of my service, and I loved that Marine uniform.”
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