Height, Dorothy I. (1912-2010) Step by Step with Interracial Groups
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One pamphlet entitled, "Step by Step with Interracial Groups," by Dorothy I. Height dated 1948. Height analyzes the meaning of "interracial," at that time, a call for for those in power to not see a racial minority rather a person, and outlines suggestions for how African Americans and other people of color can navigate through the new types of interactions in the workplace, military and at home.
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