I had just read the compelling story of the Army giving several Black soldiers a long overdue apology for their unjust conviction of murder 64 years ago. Many of the soldiers had passed away except two. One could not make it because of his health and the other was scheduled to come to the ceremony in Seattle. Unfortunately, just before he was to go he fell ill and was unable to come. Hours after the ceremony and after being read the documented apology by his son, 83 year old Samuel Snow died.
I honor him and all of the brave Black soldiers who defended their country and was given injustice instead. They have recieved the vindication that they should have had in life. May their spirits be at peace.