Representatives of Fepc Local Councils in 30 States Open Conference in Washington

A two-day conference of FEPC local councils from 30 states opened in Washington today to develop nationwide political strategy for early enactment of the permenent Fair Employment Practices Bill now pending in the House and Senate.

A. Philip Randolph, co-chairman of the National Council for a Permanent FEPC, opened the conference, urging minority peoples in the United States to work for fair employment as well as full employment. The 150 local council leaders met in executive session and then visited their respective Congressmen.

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