The first “Affirmative Action” Office ?

The August 23, 1839 Liberator includes a notice from John Telemachus Hilton announcing an Anti-Slavery Intelligence Office, at 56 Brattle  Street.  He  indicates that he receives daily requests for colored help, and he “has been induced to try the experiment of securing good places for colored persons of merit, by establishing this office.”

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