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LAY DOWN STRONG DEFENSE
PROGRAM FOR NEGROES
(continued front page 1)
to the two academies;
“8. That as rapidly as plans of
organization permit, all eligible
colored reserve officers will be
assigned to extended active duty
“9. That the selective service
system integrate Negroes into the
functions of the system, including
the state headquarters;
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“10. That a fair and equitable
policy for the employment of civ
ilians in welfare, morale and cler
ical work be established;
“11. That the prestent policy
of complete exclusion of Negro
nurses be abandoned and that they
foe employed on a basis in propor
tion to the number of Negroes in
“12. That the exclusion policy
of the marine corps and the limit
ations on Negroes in the navy be
abolished and that the enlistment
and recruiting of Negroes in the
navy and marine corp with full
opportunity to achieve all ranks
and functions in all branches and
services be instituted; and;
“13. That both those organiz
ations which are specifically con
cerned with the Negro’s place >n
the defense and those which are
concerned with the general wel
fare of the Negro coordinate their
activity through some national or.
Discussing housing problems,
that particular group said:
“The Nfgro should take adv
antage of all governmental aid# to
ward improving his housing nnd
supplement these aids by utilizing
to their fullest extent his own po
tentialities toward improving the
status of his housing conditions
through the following methods:
‘ li. By stimulating a demand
for better housing through the Ne
gro press, public schools, comm
unity organizations and commun
“2. Formation of cooperative
organizations to finance the con
struction of hofcnes for those in
come groups capable of assuming
the financial responsibilities of
“3. By convincing existing Ne
gro fraternal, insurance and other
financially capable institutions of
the investment soundness In well
planned home for Negro families;
“4. Development of tenant or
“5. Demand qualified .Negro
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representation on local housing
”6. Require that the emergen
cy defense housing be coordinated
into a long range objective for
permanent housing improvement
and to reject ’temporary shelters;’
“7. Enactment and enforce
ment of effective zoning ordinanc
es for the protection of Negro res
“8. Consolidating local comm
unity effort through national or
ganizations such as the NAACP.
and the Urban league.
“9. By making articulate his
housing demands through political
The committee on industry and
labor recommended surveys be in_
stituted from time to time to det
ermine the employment opportun
ity afforded members of disadvan
taged minority groups by firms a
warded defense contracts; training
for industries, with Negroes being
admitted to schools for this pur
pose; placement in defense indus
tries and the continuance and ex
pansion of well planned and care
fully directed programs designed
to educate the industrial employ
ers regarding the availability and,
capability of skilled and unskilled
Negro labor; that civic, education
al and religious organizations as
well as the press use all means of
publicity to impress upon Negro
workers the need for acquiring
training for defense industries.
The youth and education comm
ittee turned in its findings as fol
lows in their recommendations;
1. That the national defense
committee prohibit industries hav_
ing government contracts from dis
criminating in the employment of
persons because of race, color or
2. That a Negro be added to the
staff of the U. S. office of educa
tion whose specific function shall
Ibo the further coordination and in
tegration of the Negro in the de
fense program and the develop-,
ment of vocational aspects of this
3. That a Netjro be added to the
staff of each state department of
education, whose functions shall be
the further coordination and inte
gration of the Negro in the de
fense program and the develop
ment of the vocational aspects;
and that he shall participate fully
in the planning and in the admin
istration phases of the program;
4. That key persons shall be
selected in local communities tc
inform the public and serve as
leaders. That committees oe
formed to secure training opport
unities, to secure trainees, and to
5. That the executive office of
such committees keep in touch
with local state and federal offic
ials. and the committee on the
Participation of the Negro in Na
6- That national organizations
among Negro be requested to
serve as clearing houses for the
dissemination of information and
for the stimulation of local action.
Reports were heard from other
sections; press, moral and mental
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hygiene; family; business and oth
ers, which were not available at
In his summation of the conf_
erence, President MacLean declar
ed, first; Negro Americans clearly
want to do what they have always
done—their full part. The country
may assume that they will do their
part loyally and that responsibil
ity may be given them with safe
ty and confidence.
Secondly to do his part, the Ne
gro must have 1( physical fitness,
better health; 2,’purposeful educ
ation. 90 percent of the employ
ment problems in defense industry
alone is a matter of training; 3,
mote effective relationships with
local centers of public opinion, gov
ernmental agencies, with indust
rial and business leaders and or
ganized labor; 4, faith in the es
sential decency of his fellows, and
in the consequent cooperation that
will follow (better understanding;
5, courage to meet each situation
as it arises with fairness and self
respect; (5 patience for the long
term pull; Third, probable proced
ures; 1. the individual to get ready
when traininif is available; 2, local
groups, to push training programs
watch for job opportunities ami to
cooperate with education and gov
ernment agencies. 3, Schools and
colleges to streamline defense cur
riculum and form a liason with
industry, labor and government;
industry and business, know what
the Negro can do and keep an open
In concluding, Dr. Mac Lean eaid
"The Negro offers unreserved loy_
alty known industry and increas
e allowing the conference, there
were many questions raised as to
“followups” and wlhat was to come
of the findings and how they were
to be utilized- There seemed to be
no answer to this question, al
though the general opinion was to
the effect that the conference
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Following the Stotrz -Metz soc
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and Mrs. Hoskell Lee, 2811 Burd
After cocktails, a delicious re
past was enjoyed (by Mir. and Mrs.
James B. C-rumbley, Mr- and Mrs.
Henry Thomas Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Dickerson Jr.( Mr.
and Mrs. Haskell Lee, Miss Cel
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Mrs Elsie Johnson was hostess to
the Cosmopolitan Club Thursday,
Evening, Nov. 28. Plans were
made for an Xmas dinner dance.
All members were present. After
the brief business session, cards'
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