Discrimination

Employment Attorneys Serving Northern and Central New Jersey

When Naomi Parker Fraley was 20 years old in 1942, she was photographed in her work uniform performing her job duties at the Naval Air Station in Alameda, California. She began work there right after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor where her duties included drilling, patching airplane wings and riveting.  Unknown to her until very recently, that picture was used for the poster "Rosie the Riveter" that was distributed throughout the country during that war.  Ms. Fraley was not identified as the young woman used for the famous poster until 2016 by Dr.

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