Memorabilia[African American Education] Tuskegee University felt pennant. Measuring 28' in length. Tuskegee Institute, now known as Tuskegee University, is a private historically Black University, founded by notable Black educator, Booker T. Washington. Washington gradually attracted notable scholars to Tuskegee, including the botanist George Washington Carver, would become President of the institute. Yellow felt pennant with bold red lettering, displaying "Tuskegee" , and a red "Property of Black America" seal with a "Black power" fist it the center of it. Pennant is overall in good to very good condition.