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Fair Employment Practices Commission Files 1941-1942
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0001. Fair Employment Practices Commission (June-September, 1941). 285 pages. (1)
Major Topics: Executive order reaffirming the policy of full participation in the defense program by all persons, regardless of race, creed, color, or national origin; Milton Webster's appointment as member of the Fair Employment Practices Commission; plans for integration of Negroes into national defense jobs; creation of the Labor Supply Branch of the Office of Production Management's Labor Division; complaints regarding discrimination in national defense program and in federal government departments and agencies; government procurement policy; minutes of Fair Employment Practices Commission meetings; antidiscrimination clause in defense contracts.

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0286. Fair Employment Practices Commission (October-December 1941). 168 pages. (2)
Major Topics: Complaints regarding discrimination in the national defense program and in federal government departments and agencies; antidiscrimination clause in defense contracts; Twin Cities Conference on the Training and Employment of Negroes for National Defense Industries; problems of Negro veterans; National Defense Mediation Board activities; labor disputes affecting war production; exclusion of Negroes from service in the United States Navy.

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0454. Fair Employment Practices Commission (1941). 77 pages. (3)
Major Topics: Efforts of Negro women to obtain jobs in industry; notes of defense work available for Negroes; complaints regarding discrimination in the national defense program; antidiscrimination clause in defense contracts; business training for defense; Fair Employment Practices Commission pamphlet on minorities in defense industries; schedule of bids received from the army and navy.

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0531. Fair Employment Practices Commission (January-February 15, 1942). 129 pages. (4)
Major Topics: Complaints regarding discrimination in the national defense program and in federal government departments and agencies; labor's assistance of national war effort; efforts to increase number of defense workers; war labor disputes; establishment of the War Production Board and the National War Labor Board; resignation of Mark Ethridge as Fair Employment Practices Commission chairman; minutes of Fair Employment Practices Commission meeting.