Contrast the working conditions of black workers and white workers at sparrows point steel mill

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Working conditions at Sparrows Point Steel Mill differed for white and black workers.

The text tells us that although everyone worked hard, black workers often had to perform the tasks that white workers would not touch. Black men who started work at the mill would initially be assigned to work at the bottom of partially built tankers in the shipyard. There, their job was to pick up any nuts, bolts, and rivets...

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