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By this time, both Black and Johnson were teaching at Farragut High School on Chicago’s West Side.
Both men were active in support for the 1960 Southern lunch counter sit-ins.
At both schools he formed friendships that he maintained throughout his life.
After graduating from high school, Tim worked at several ma-and-pa stores.
When World War II broke out in September 1939, Timuel Black was working at a grocery store at 59th Street and Michigan Avenue.
Later he was an agent for Robert Cole’s Chicago Metropolitan Assurance Company; for a short time he left Chicago, working at Greenbaum Tannery in Milwaukee.
Even though their marriage ended in divorce, they worked together to ensure their children’s future.
The war had changed Black and other returning veterans.
Many African Americans had fought, and many died, to preserve the American ideology of freedom.
Like many others, he had a hard time finding work during the Depression.
The United States’ combat entry into World War II began with the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, Timuel Black’s 23rd birthday.