Oral history interview with Arthur Osman, 1968.

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Osman, Arthur,. Oral history interview with Arthur Osman, 1968.

Oral history interview with Arthur Osman, 1968.

From 1968-1970, Herbert Hill, Roberta McBride and Norman McRae conducted oral history interviews with 32 African-Americans who played a role in trade-unionism in the United States. Major subjects covered were: Afro-American employment, civil rights organizations, trade-unions and organizing, UAW black caucus, discrimination, race relations, segregation, strikes and lockouts, and wages.

Transcript: 70 leaves ; 29 cm.

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