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Our Cultural Expanse: Asian & Pacific Islanders, 1965-1972

The 1960s and early 1970s were a more favorable time for minorities in the Navy in general. Anti-discrimination policies and affirmative action efforts led to more focused recruitment practices that enabled all minorities equal opportunity for advancement. 74 more words

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“Shall I arrest Colonel Taylor?” Confusion in Alexandria, May 1861

In the first days of May, 1861, with the echoes of Fort Sumter scarcely faded, Confederate forces stationed at Alexandria, Virgina, directly across the river from the Union capital, waited nervously for the next move. 757 more words

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Our Cultural Expanse: Asian & Pacific Islanders, 1946-1964

In the 1950s, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders took advantage of expanded opportunities for advancement notably after President Truman’s Executive Order 9981 desegregated the military forces. 47 more words

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