No Short Climb [videorecording]: Race Workers & America's Defense Technology, a Documentary
World War II, Factory workers, Race and politics, African-Americans, Race relations
Weapons industry -- United States -- History -- 1933-1953; Radar -- Military applications -- 1933-1953; World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects, African americans -- Race relations -- History -- 1933-1959, United States -- Race relations -- History -- 1933-1953, Fort Monmouth (N.J.) -- History -- 1933-1953.
Combines personal memoir with archival footage, still photography, and graphics, to present a first-hand account of the significant participation of African-Americans at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey and other sites, in the development of defense weaponry during the Second World War against the backdrop of adverse racial and political conditions.
Johnson, Robert Jr., "No Short Climb [videorecording]: Race Workers & America's Defense Technology, a Documentary" (2006). FSU Bookshelf. 94.