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class notes 3:6 - In Harlem became a sot Published the...

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The War consolidated and institutionalized the laborers of the New Deal Wagner Act Approve closed shocks Legalized collective action Blacklist Defined unfair labor practices Labor board to enforce act A Philip Randolph Born in Florida in 1889 Education was industrial, not classical His civil rights were entrenched Voting rights were taken Moved to Harlem in the Great Migration
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Unformatted text preview: In Harlem became a sot Published the Messenger Banned under the sedition acts 1925-helped Pullman porters 1937 union was recognized because of the Wagner Act Mary McLeod Bethune 15 th out of 17 th children born in Florida leading activist in black womens clubs became a good friend of Eleanor Roosevelt...
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