Interviews with Toshio Yamashiro and Choki "Romeo" Toma and b-roll of the Puna Sugar Company mill and camp 5/6/96
Interview with Toshio Yamashiro and Choki "Romeo" Toma and b-roll of the Puna Sugar Company, formerly the ʻŌlaʻa Sugar Company. Recorded on May 6, 1996 and conducted by Chris Conybeare and Teresa Bill for the 1946: The Great Hawaiʻi Sugar Strike program. Yamashiro and Toma are interviewed separately and asked what they were doing during the 1946 strike and how they contributed to it. Topics include activities on the plantation to increase morale, filming the camps, scabs, working conditions, and sticking together. B-roll footage includes the Puna Sugar Company mill, plantation houses, and Camp 8 1/2 mile.
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