During World War II, Charles “Teenie” Harris photographed thousands of African Americans serving in the U.S. military. Twenty-five of those photographs are now on display at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Oakland through May 28, 2018.  “Service & Sacrifice” tells stories of black soldiers who fought for a nation that did not always fight for them.

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