African American Advancement in WWII

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American History

 

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Veronica R

 

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November 19, 2016

 

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University

 

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By volunteering to help in the war, they showed their loyalty and allegiance to the United States. Slowly, many government organizations and companies began to incorporate African Americans into their programs. At first, African Americans had a very minor part in the armed forces. They were used for small jobs that gave them no recognition in the war effort...
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They were used for small jobs that gave them no recognition in the war effort. But eventually, after protests from organizations and newspapers, blacks were finally allowed to enlist, even though they would still be segregated. Soon, black regiments were being sent out to fight, the Women’s Army Corps was created and a flight school was incorporated into the Tuskegee Institute, where blacks could become pilots and crew men for the air force...
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