Induct Original Tuskegee Airman, Seattle resident, George Hickman
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Seattle Museum of Flight

Induct Original Tuskegee Airman, Seattle resident, George Hickman

    1. Julius Caesar Robinson
    2. Petition by

      Julius Caesar Robinson

      Seattle, WA

To educate future generations on the magnitude the success of these brave men had on the introduction of aviation in minority communities around the country. George also served the people of Seattle, through the Seattle Seahawks and University of Washington Husky organization for over 40 years and touched 1000's of people, as well as, a Retired Boeing Aerospace B-52 Training instructor and Executive for 25 years. Help us immortalize the memory and history of one of Seattle's most accomplished citizens.

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    1. Reached 50 signatures
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      Julius Caesar Robinson
      Petition Organizer

      State Representative, Eric Pettigrew and his staff have extended their support through working the museum to gain information on the process and interest. We thank them immensely

    3. Reached 10 signatures

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    • Maggie Nimmo FORT MYERS, FL
      • about 2 years ago

      Preserving history is always important.

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    • Cheryl Maggard SEYMOUR, IN
      • about 2 years ago

      He is a hero. George Hickman should be immortalized and celebrated. Kids today need to see real heros.

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    • Kim Blubaugh AURORA, CO
      • about 2 years ago

      He should be recognized for his accomplishments, not because he is black, because of what he has done.

      By being someone that introduced aviation to minority communities, he gave them something to aspire to as well.

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    • Kelly Smith DETROIT, MI
      • about 2 years ago

      He accomplished something amazing and virtually unheard of ... we should remember extraordinary accomplishments.

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    • Kimberly Tripp ANCHORAGE, AK
      • about 2 years ago

      An amazing man who was a credit to his country and an important part of aviation history. It's not a question of why he should be honored, but why hasn't he been honored already?

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