Women being trained for home care under the Forest Heights housing project of the Department of Housing and Urban development, in Mississippi, United States. A trainer distributes pamphlets related to house keeping to women. The trainer elaborates the women about things related to the kitchen. She now elaborates how to keep the stove clean. A woman cleans the stove in the kitchen. A Negro child takes an apple out of the refrigerator. A lady wipes the carpet. A lady opens the shelf which contains first aid medicine. Some ladies in the general store. A Negro man and a woman sit in a room. The man feeds milk to a child with milk bottle. Some men being trained to diagnose maintenance problems in home. A man demonstrates the maintenance related to flush in the bathroom. Two men replace the door of a house. Three women enter the House of Ideas. National Council of Negro Women assists the women to beautify their homes at low cost. Women being trained to make curtains, growing and making flowers. Women learn to decorate the home using decorator art.
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