Dear Friends

             We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to a little known yet glorious part of history, the  history of African-Americans in the U.S. military.  From the America Revolutionary War, thru the present day.African-American involvement in Military History is a fascinating story of honor and courage that has not been fully celebrated. 

         Interests began when Leon Watkins was casted to be the flag bearer of the national colors with the Massachusetts 54th Regiment in the motion picture "GLORY". Recognizing Watkins’ true commitment to his ideas and vision, the film producer, Freddie Fields, contributed 20 authentic uniforms used in the movie to help start The Walking Ghosts of Black History Re-enactment Organization (TWG). 

          As Leon Watkins became more aware of the needs of follow vets, Watkins then joined forces with Larry Thompson  to create a non-profit organization (THE WALKING GHOSTS OF BLACK HISTORY).      

         The Walking Ghosts of Black History, is a Re-enactment organization, spanning the time from the America Revolutionary War thru the present day. A re-enactment organization dedicated to telling this story in a living way. This is not a dry recitation in a history book or a boring lecture in a classroom. This is a  active re-enactment of actual historical events with  opportunities for everyone to participate and learn. Also, a forum for education about African-American involvement in the US Military. Each division will include men, women and children of all ages.

              On June 1, 1991 THE WALKING GHOST OF BLACK HISTORY was founded to promote these ideas and activities. 

Thank you for your time and we look forward to hearing from you in the near future 

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