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Interview with Joe Kaheʻe #3 11/10/98

Interview with Joe Kaheʻe #3 11/10/98

Continued interview with Joseph "Joe" Hoʻokano Kaheʻe recorded on November 10, 1998 in Hilo. Topics include learning how to organize the union from...

Year:
1998
Duration:
00:20:12
Interview with Seymour Robinson #1 12/2/98

Interview with Seymour Robinson #1 12/2/98

Interview with Seymour Robinson recorded on December 2, 1998. Topics include the connection between labor organizations and socialism, beginning a...

Year:
1998
Duration:
00:27:34
Interview with Seymour Robinson #2 12/2/98

Interview with Seymour Robinson #2 12/2/98

Interview with Seymour Robinson recorded on December 2, 1998. Topics include the Taft-Hartley Act and "loyalty oaths", blacklisting in Hollywood,...

Year:
1998
Duration:
00:29:01
Interview with Steve Murin #2 3/16/99

Interview with Steve Murin #2 3/16/99

Interview with Steve Murin recorded on March 16, 1999. Topics include the "climate of fear" during the 1949 strike, red-baiting, the relationship...

Year:
1999
Duration:
00:29:31
Interview with Steve Murin #3 3/16/99

Interview with Steve Murin #3 3/16/99

Continued interview with Steve Murin recorded on March 16, 1999. Topics include local leadership in unions, education and vocational training in...

Year:
1999
Duration:
00:29:39
Rice & Roses #811 : A Common Man's Courage

Rice & Roses #811 : A Common Man's Courage

This episode of Rice & Roses is a viewing of "A Common Man's Courage" (1978) a documentary film about former Congressman John Toussaint Bernard...

Duration:
00:29:00
Rice & Roses #805 : Inside the Musicians Union

Rice & Roses #805 : Inside the Musicians Union

The job of being a musician is unique in that the musician might perform in several locations over the course of a month, making it difficult for...

Year:
1979
Duration:
00:29:16
Rice & Roses #806 : A Woman Apprentice in Construction Work

Rice & Roses #806 : A Woman Apprentice in Construction...

Miki Colette Coelho was the first woman to graduate from the Operating Engineers training program. Max Roffman discusses the challenges Coelho...

Duration:
00:28:10
Rice & Roses #809 : If You Get Hurt on the Job

Rice & Roses #809 : If You Get Hurt on the Job

If a worker gets hurt on the job, the workers' compensation laws in Hawaiʻi are in place to assist the injured worker with their claims,...

Year:
1979
Duration:
00:28:48
Rice & Roses #1203 : Labor Looks at the 80s

Rice & Roses #1203 : Labor Looks at the 80s

When the J.P. Stevens Company moved from New England to the Southern United States, part of the reasoning was to avoid the unionization of its...

Year:
1981
Duration:
00:29:19
Rice & Roses #1209 : Carpenters Unions in Action part 1

Rice & Roses #1209 : Carpenters Unions in Action part 1

Rice & Roses takes an in-depth look at what being in the Hawaiʻi Carpenters Union entails. Max Roffman interviews current and retired Carpenters...

Year:
1981
Duration:
00:29:10
Rice & Roses #1210 : Carpenters Unions in Action part 2

Rice & Roses #1210 : Carpenters Unions in Action part 2

Rice & Roses continues its in-depth look at the Hawaiʻi Carpenters Union. Max Roffman explores some of the processes the union has in place with...

Year:
1981
Duration:
00:29:12
Rice & Roses #15 : Women

Rice & Roses #15 : Women

This reel contains raw footage of the Rice & Roses episode "Women in the Workforce." Host Bob Miller interviews women engineers and carpenter...

Duration:
00:27:22
Rice & Roses : This Is the ILWU reel 1

Rice & Roses : This Is the ILWU reel 1

"This Is the ILWU" is a short film about the history of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) in Hawaiʻi that was shown as part of...

Year:
1971
Duration:
00:16:49
Rice & Roses : This Is the ILWU reel 2

Rice & Roses : This Is the ILWU reel 2

Continued from title 29740. Using member-made film footage, president of the International Longshore Warehouse Union (ILWU) Anthony "Tony" Rania...

Duration:
00:18:21