- Why do you think it was important that the photographer captured an image of the integration of a segregated program?
- Compare this photograph with the photo of the young women in Iowa. How was their training similar? How is it different
Henle, Fritz, "National Youth Administration work center (NYA), Brooklyn, New York. Two men, white and Negro, who are receiving training in machine shop practice, shown setting up shaper work to cut forty-five degree angles at base for surface gauge," ca. August 1942. Courtesy of Library of Congress