Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities

Into the Marketplace : Working-class Women in 20th Century Hawaiʻi

Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities presents an "overview of working-class women's occupations and income-earning activities in 20th century Hawaii." This program discusses female participation in the economic marketplace as wage earners as well as occupational trends, working conditions and the interrelationship between work and family caretaking. Crew includes Mick Kalber (director) and Victoria N. Kneubuhl (writer, director).

Languages: English

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