A. Philip Randolph was instrumental in which of the following?
Convincing Roosevelt to allow women to work within factories.
Fighting against racial discrimination and working to employ African Americans.
The production of military equipment that would help to ease the strict rations taking place within American society.
Working to raise money for the war by selling war bonds to
individuals within various communities of the Eastern United States.
Born April 15, 1889, A. Philip Randolph was instrumental in leading the civil rights movement in America. In one of many speeches on racial justice, Randolph ponders the question of how to right past wrongs.
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