This collection consists of the papers of Charles Bratt and Clarence Johnson, both employees of the World War II Era United
States Employment Services (USES), part of War Manpower Commission. The documents deal with the work of the Committee on Fair
Employment Practices (Executive Order 9346) to prevent discrimination based on race, creed, color, or national origin. Special
attention is drawn to discrimination within Unions. Also included is material on the internment of Japanese Americans during
As an activist for oppressed people, Charles Bratt has fought for equality for people of all races, creeds, colors, and national
1 carton and 2 legal boxes
1 2/3 linear feet
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