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Gives number employed at various times and types of jobs performed. (Bulletin No. 205)

Protests the barring of 3000-unit housing project to Negro war workers.

Describes employment situation in Detroit area, and the creation and work of the Detroit Office of the Committee on Fair Employment Practices and of the Minority Group Service Division of the War Manpower Commission.

Presents "factual data covering a wide range of tension areas," among them employment of Negro women (pg. 11) and upgrading of black workers in war plants (pg. 13-14), Sojourner Truth Housing Project (pg. 50-59), and Detroit police brutality (pg.…

Summarizes action of "three hundred delegates from one hundred and forty-six different organizations," conferring on KKK, Sojourner Truth, President's Committee on Fair Employment Practices, discrimination in war plants, etc.

Uses statistics to show housing need, and vacant acreage, population, and employment in each suburb.

Broadside summarizes background of dispute, and lists groups supporting black occupancy of project.

Letter by a soldier's wife at Sojourner Truth Project describes her inability to secure employment at Ford Motor Co. Footnotes reads "Donated by Production Foundry-Ford Local 600, UAW-CIO."

Describes Chrysler efforts since World War II.
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