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Amanda Smith, an African-American woman employed in the Long Beach Plant of the Douglas Aircraft Company. Between 1940 and 1944, approximately one million civilian African Americans entered the labor force; 600,000 of them were female. The proportion of black women in industrial occupations almost tripled during the war, rising from 6.5 to 18 percent. Los Angeles-area aircraft plants were among the first to offer them employment. @iron_light

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Striking portrait of a Young African American Woman.

A member of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS), Esther Ogg, in Trafalgar Square, London, feeding the pigeons. The ATS was the women's branch of the British Army in WW2.