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Careers for Negroes on Newspapers: What's Happening, What the Jobs Are, How Jobs Can be Found. American Newspaper Guild, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, CLC, 1964
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31 pages
African Americans--Employment
Black workers

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