Exhibit on black aviators wings its way to Chicago

07/1/2011 | RedEye/Chicago Tribune

An exhibit on black aviators opens Saturday at the DuSable Museum of African American History in Chicago. "Black Wings: American Dreams of Flight" is based on a book written by a curator for the National Air and Space Museum. "It is something that we think is aspirational, about looking to the sky and flying, and feeling that there are no bounds to what you can do and become," said Marquette Folley, a project director for the Smithsonian Institution's Traveling Exhibition Service.

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