Jobs Now! Conference, Detroit, 1967.

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Title

Jobs Now! Conference, Detroit, 1967.

Subject

Applications for positions--Michigan--Detroit | Unemployed | Unemployed--Michigan--1960-1970 | Unemployment--Michigan--Detroit--1960-1970

Description

Sponsored by the Citizens Committee for Equal Opportunity and the Virginia Park Citizens Committee, a jobs fair, called the “Jobs Now! Conference,” is held at Hutchins Junior High School, near the place where Detroit’s Civil Unrest will erupt exactly two months later. The jobs fair organizers described the neighborhood as being one of Detroit’s “areas of most critical unemployment.” May 23, 1967. Source: Wayne State University Office of Religious Affairs, Box 18.

Creator

Wayne State University

Source

Wayne State University Office of Religious Affairs Records (WSR000340)

Publisher

Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University.

Date

1967-05-23

Rights

When this material is shared, credit shall read: Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University

Relation

reformatted digital

Identifier

WSR000340_18_001

Citation

Wayne State University, “Jobs Now! Conference, Detroit, 1967.,” 12th Street Detroit, accessed January 15, 2021, https://projects.lib.wayne.edu/12thstreetdetroit/items/show/171.