anonymous
  • anonymous
how did the united states expand or contract rights for various populations during ww2?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
300,000 Mexicans and 25,000 Native Americans joined the military and served in integrated units.African and Asian Americans were placed in segregated units and not allowed to serve in combat.Eventually, these units were allowed into active combat. Women at Home: As more workers were needed for war industries, the government encouraged women to work outside home. Women found themselves doing jobs that had traditionally been considered men's work. African Americans at Home: Many moved from rural areas to cities to look for work. They faced discrimination in hiring. With the "Double V" campaign, African Americans advocated for victory in the war overseas and victory against discrimination in the U.S. Executive Order 8802 was issued to guarantee fair hiring practices in any government-funded job.
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