Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.). Michigan Region.

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The Jewish Labor Committee (JLC) was founded in 1934 by Jewish labor groups interested in helping Jews escape from Nazi Germany and other totalitarian countries.

From the description of Jewish Labor Committee Michigan Region records, 1947-1973 (bulk 1955-1970). (Wayne State University, Archives of Labor & Urban). WorldCat record id: 32321202

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creatorOf Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.). Michigan Region. Jewish Labor Committee Michigan Region records, 1947-1973 (bulk 1955-1970). Wayne State University, Archives of Labor & Urban Affairs
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correspondedWith Connor, Edward, 1908-1967 person
correspondedWith Diggs, Charles C. person
correspondedWith Griffiths, Martha W. 1912-2003 person
correspondedWith Jeffrey, Mildred, 1911-2004 person
associatedWith Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.) corporateBody
correspondedWith Johnson, Arthur L., 1925- person
associatedWith Michigan. Constitutional Convention (1961-1962) corporateBody
correspondedWith Scholle, August, 1904- person
correspondedWith Sheffield, Horace person
correspondedWith Staebler, Neil, 1905-2000 person
associatedWith Wayne State University. Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs. corporateBody
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United States
Middle East
Michigan
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Jews--Segregation
Civil rights
Urban policy
Jews, Russian
Civil rights movement
Labor movement
Social movements
Congresses and conventions
Archival resources
Discrimination in housing
Legislative bodies
World War, 1939-1945
Antisemitism
Prayer in the public schools
Minorities--Civil rights
Race discrimination
School integration
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Active 1947

Active 1973

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