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Title: Records of the Committee on Fair Employment Practices [microform] : Division of Review and Analysis : part 1, Racial tension file, 1943-1945 : guide / compiled by James Henry Shields ; project coordinator Robert E. Lester.
Other Titles: Committee on Fair Employment Practices.
Contributors: Shields, James Henry
Keywords: United States. Committee on Fair Employment Practice
African Americans—Employment—Bibliography—Microform catalogs
United States. National Archives and Records Administration—Bibliography—Microform catalogs
Discrimination in employment
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: LexisNexis
Place of Publication: Bethesda, MD
Description: Research collections in labor studies [More in this series] Notes: "The Committee on Fair Employment Practice formulated and interpreted policies to combat racial discrimination in employment; received, investigated, and adjusted complaints of discrimination; and assisted government agencies, employers, and labor unions with problems of discrimination. Part 1 consists of Racial Tension File in the Records of the Division of Review and Analysis. The Division's records include information about the African American community during World War II. The Division was responsible for operational analysis, program planning, and research. The Racial Tension File documents encompass the years 1943 through 1945 and are arranged alphabetically by city. The file provides information on employment, housing, recreational facilities, industries, strikes and postwar palnning for areas in which racial disturbances were anticipated." Includes index. Bib 4867582
Appears in Collections:Monographic reports and papers (Access Limited to Princeton)

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