From the streets of Colorado Springs to the skies over Tuskegee, journey through childhood with Franklin J. Macon, one of fewer than 100 living Documented Original Tuskegee Airmen.
Build wings and jump off the chicken coop. Mess around in George Washington Carver’s lab. Give speeches like Frank’s great, great grandmother’s half-brother Frederick Douglass. Soar through the century with Franklin J. Macon as he conquers dyslexia, struggles in school, finds mischief, and grows up to change the course of American and Aviation History.
You never know, you might grow up to make history too!
Public release date: November 20, 2018