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This testimony given by Reginald A. Johnson, Director of Field Services for the National Urban League, addresses the League's effort to help African Americans obtain housing, and its support for the Wagner-Ellender-Taft General Housing Bill. The bill (S 1592) was designed to provide a national housing policy in the aftermath of World War II when housing was scarce, especially for African Americans and other minorities. Because this is a letterpress copy of an original, the text is blurry and can be difficult to read. A transcription is forthcoming.

Creator: Johnson, Reginald A.
Date: 1947

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This item can be used in conjunction with other material on Race and ethnic relations during the period surrounding World War II. While this item is from just after the conflcit, it is nonetheless important because it addresses a key problem that remained following tht war.

11th Grade, Benchmark 2, Race and ethnic relations (indicator 7)

Item Number: 217601
Call Number: Arthur Capper Papers, Manuscript Coll. No. 12, Box 16, Folder Negroes
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 217601

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