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The Sanctuary
The Sanctuary
George, Jr. Gibson
Accession Number: 88-161-PF
Original work: Oil on Canvas
Original size: 36 by 38 inches

In 1970, Admiral Zumwalt issued what he believed was his most important directive, “Equal Opportunity In the Navy.” It required every ship and squadron to appoint a minority member as a special assistant for minority affairs. He also insisted that the Navy fight housing discrimination in neighborhoods around naval facilities. Starting in 1972, women were allowed to serve on non-combatant ships in other than medical duties, USS Sanctuary (T-AH-17) being the first to have a mixed male-female crew.

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