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Jehovah’s Witnesses v. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company


1941

Seven Jehovah's Witnesses were fired from Pittsburgh Plate Glass plant in Clarksburg

1942

The President's Committee on Fair Employment Practices visited West Virginia to investigate the firing of seven Jehovah Witnesses from the Pittsburgh Plate Glass plant in Clarksburg

Other events that happened on or around 1942

Nov 24, 1942

The Jehovah's Witnesses v. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company was decided by the investigating committee in favor of the workers pending the company's response

Dec 24, 1942

The Committee on Fair Employment Practices ordered that the Jehovah's Witness workers of Pittsburgh Plate Glass be reinstated with full seniority

Mar 02, 1943

The Jehovah's Witness workers returned to the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company in Clarksburg


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