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Social Science Institute Monthly Summary of Events and Trends in Race Relations, July 1945

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09640.262 Author/Creator: Social Science Institute Place Written: Nashville, Tennessee Type: Pamphlet Date: July 1945 Pagination: 32 p. ; 25.3 x 19.5 cm.

Summary of Content: One pamphlet entitled, " Monthly Summary of Events and Trends in Race Relations, July 1945" printed by the Social Science Institute. Reports on employment, civil rights, health, housing, military, and educational racial inequalities; highlights educational materials outlining the organization's promotion of racial equality; and features politicians who advocate against and for racial equality. Mentions the establishment of Fort Oswego as as a refugee center in New York for Jewish immigrants; anti-semitism in the United States; and resettlement issues of Japanese-Americans.

Background Information: Volume 2, Number 12

People: Lawrence, Charles R., Jr., fl. 1944
Walker, Pearl L., fl. 1944
Noel, Rachel B., 1918-2008
Forrest, Alma G., fl. 1944 Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962

Historical Era: Great Depression and World War II, 1929-1945

Subjects: African American AuthorAfrican American HistoryAfrican Americans in GovernmentAfrican AmericansActivismRace discriminationWhite supremacy movementsSegregationWorker's rightsLaborHousingHouse of RepresentativesReligionColonizationHolocaustJapanese-AmericansInternment campsAnti-semitism

Sub Era: World War II

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