"Negro workers, barred from the cafeterias of a new government building by Virginia segregation laws, protest and win admission from the War Department after a tussle with a guard. They refuse to move into the back seats of Virginia buses en route to the building and win a relaxation of the state law. In Detroit, White workers walk out when Negroes are hired; a riot occurs when Negroes are moved into a new housing project in a white community. In New Jersey, Negro soldiers are killed at an Army camp in a clash with white military policemen."
"The government, endeavoring to meet the problem by raising the economic stature of the Negro, create committees, change regulations."