Black Vietnam Veterans on Injustices They Faced: Da 5 Bloods | Time

“Robert McNamara’s Project 100,000, implemented in 1966, pulled hundreds of thousands of poor men into the war—40% of them African American. By the following year, Black soldiers made up 16.3% of those drafted and 23% of Vietnam combat troops, despite accounting for only roughly 11% of the civilian population.” – Black Vietnam Veterans on Injustices They Faced: Da 5 Bloods | Time

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