Breaking through the Color Line in Local Industries
This chapter highlights Brooklyn CORE’s campaign to open up jobs for black workers at the Ebinger Baking Corporation. After a borough-wide boycott and weeks of picketing, a dramatic sit-down strike at the company’s main delivery depot finally brought corporate leaders to the negotiating table. Ebinger leaders agreed to a compensatory hiring plan that gave preference to black job applicants.
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