Military Good Ol' Boys Network | Reginald Colas

When we see the military, we see order, uniformity and strength. We also know that there’s a brotherhood associated with military service. What we don’t see are the inner workings of a “good ol’ boys” network that treats the races in that “brotherhood” just as differently as we do as civilians.

Reginald Colas returns to Diversity Dish to talk about his military experience and how depending on your skin color you get treated differently. He also talks about the progress he’s seeing with the Air Force, the military branch he was a part of, and the hope he has for the future.


Reginald Colas is a retired Air Force veteran turned successful artist.  You can view his works online at:



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