Washington, D. C. National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination, 1943 / 1945. Two pamphlets documenting the Congress of Industrial Organization’s campaign to eliminate racism & discrimination within the labor movement. In Working and Fighting Together, the Committee to Abolish Discrimination answers the question, “What can unions do about the problems of minorities in their own organizations?” The Report of the National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination addresses the concerns of Negro veterans as they transition back into an unequal society especially regarding types of housing available.
Both in stapled wrappers (7 ¾” x 5”; 9” x 6”), both 20 p. ‘Dup’ penciled to the top of Working, other notations to the front cover of the Report. Item #11125