In 1945, the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion did what others couldn’t. The unit of over 800 Black women sorted through a backlog of nearly 17 million letters and packages to deliver them to American soldiers serving in Europe. Correspondent Alexis Clark meets with the people who are making sure the work of the 6888th isn’t forgotten.
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