By MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard
NORTH KINGSTOWN â€“ When James Lynch, an Army veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars, was stationed in Germany from 1963-67, at the height of the Civil Rights movement, he and other soldiers of color were unaware of what was going on back home.
â€śWhen the bulk of it was taking place, our news was still being censored,â€ť he recalls of the military media including the Voice of America radio station and the Stars and Stripes newspaper. â€śThe true facts only got to us through letters and magazines like Ebony.â€ť
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