Women workers at an airplane assembly plant in 1942. Because so many men were off in combat, women took up factory jobs to keep war production going. In 1942, 2.8 million women worked in war production.
'Sly and the Family Stone are credited as one of the first racially integrated bands in music history, belting their message of peace, love and social consciousness through a string of hit anthems that fused R&B, soul, funk and rock n roll. On 'Different Strokes by Different Folks' a stylistically, culturally and racially disparate group of chart-toppers mirrors that idealistic diversity.' via slystonemusic.com