Employment for Negroes provided by Works Progress Administration (WPA) Projects in New York, United States, during the Great Depression. Negroes sit and stand on stairs beside road houses in the background. A man looks at notice board of the Employment Agency. Man walks past glossary store and look at goods. Negro men and women stand in symbolic breadline. Teacher writes on black board. Typist, musician, painter, cook and nurse at work.
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