Interviews with George "Ata" and Martha Kruse and Prudencio Renti Cruz; Kauaʻi 5/29/96
Interviews with George "Ata" and Martha Kruse and Prudencio Renti Cruz recorded on May 29, 1996 conducted on Kauaʻi by Teresa Bill for the 1946: The Great Hawaiʻi Sugar Strike project. First George "Ata" Kruse is interviewed by himself. Topics include how he kept the peace during the strike and lessons learned. Next Martha Kruse is interviewed by herself and tells stories of the women's auxiliary and how she helped during the strike by cooking, gathering, and coordinating babysitters and entertainment for union families. Martha Kruse also talks about segregation on the plantation camps. Next Renti Cruz is interviewed about being the Filipino translator for the union and the working conditions that led to the strike.
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