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Transcript: 10 leaves ; 29 cm.
From 1968-1970, Herbert Hill, Roberta McBride and Norman McRae conducted oral history interviews with 32 Afro-Americans who played a role in trade-unionism in the United States. Major subjects covered were: Afro-American employment, civil rights organizations, trade-unions and organizing, UAW black caucus, discrimination, race relations, segregation, strikes and lockouts, and wages.
Geraldine Bledsoe oral history interview, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.