Discrimination In the Army and On the Homefront During WWII
- Minorities and Women
- A section taken from A Democracy At War by William L. O'Neill
which describes discrimination against women on the
homefront and against Black soldiers in the military.
Roles for Minorities
- Contains reports made by General Benjamin O. Davis, the first
African-American general officer in the U.S. military, after
his inpection of African-American troops at many different
locations, including the one at Fort Devons, MA, where Naomi
Craig's husband was stationed.