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In 1950, Lt. Chew-Een Lee led five hundred Marines through a blizzard to save eight thousand more from certain capture. But his greatest victory may have been changing the way our country regards Asian Americans.
CBS News looks back at the fight against segregation, and the continuing struggle for equal rights.
They fought to liberate Germany from Nazi rule, as racism reached unfathomable levels. Their fight would continue back home on American soil. This is the story of the one-million-plus African Americans who fought in World War II.