vietnam black soldiers

Soldiers in Vietnam do the “dap,” a stylized greeting used to signify a shared black
culture and racial unity, 1969. Photo credit: Wallace Terry, courtesy of Janice Terry. Appeared in American Legacy Magazine, Spring 2008.

Soldiers in Vietnam do the “dap,” a stylized greeting used to signify a shared black
culture and racial unity, 1969.

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