Roy E. Norris Collection

About this Collection

This collection contains a selection from Roy Norris and his work with the New Jersey Urban League. Norris worked for the Urban League from 1944 until 1948 and his office was on Market Street in Newark. He did a lot of work on the issue of discrimination in employment.

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"Not Alms but Opportunity"
The annual report for 1945 of the New Jersey Urban League Newark Branch.
35th Annual Report of the National Urban League
35th Annual Report of the National Urban League.
A Practical Approach to Race Relations
A speech about race relations and ego-centricity.
Affidavits
Blank affidavits for African-Americans rejected from buying homes in Mercer County New Jersey and Bucks County Pennsylvania.
American Teamwork Works!
A brochure for the New Jersey Urban League
Atlas Foundry
A letter thanking Roy Norris and the Urban League for its role in improving the labor supply and utilization situation at the Atlas Foundry in Irvington.
Atlas Foundry
A letter thanking Roy Norris for his role regarding the Atlas Foundry in Irvington.
Changes in the Occupational Status of Negros 1940-1950
A report on the changes in the occupational status of African-Americans