This page is the beginning of an index of stories that relate to racial issues and the typewriter.
The list was colorblind; the office was not (1913) – The story of Julia B. Johnson, a black typist who faced discrimination in a government office in New York City. She was dismissed when staff objected to her employment and reinstated after protests. She continued, however, to experience prejudice.
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