Brothers Under the Skin

Title

Brothers Under the Skin

Subject

Hilo (Hawaii)
Hilo Massacre
Labor
Waterfront

Description

Made at the time, Dr. Puette (CLEAR Director) was writing the book, The Hilo Massacre: Hawai‘i's Bloody Monday, August 1st, 1938. Like the book, this video documentary is a look at the beginning of the modern labor era in Hawai‘i and the longshoremen and women who organized the Hilo waterfront during the 1930s, featuring Puette's Hilo interviews and actual film of the Hilo Massacre where peaceful demonstrators were gassed, hosed, then shot by police on August 1, 1938. (1986, 30 minutes).

Creator

Conybeare, Chris.; Tamayose, Tremaine.; Puette, William J.; University of Hawaii at Manoa. Center for Labor Education and Research.; Hawaii Public Television.; KHET-TV (Television station : Honolulu, Hawaii)

Source

UHWO Center for Labor Education and Research

Publisher

KHET-TV (Television station : Honolulu, Hawaii)

Date

2010

Rights

UHWO Center for Labor Education & Research

Format

jpg screenshot of the video

Language

English

Type

Still Image

Identifier

CLEAR:1

Files

CLEAR1.JPG

Citation

Conybeare, Chris.; Tamayose, Tremaine.; Puette, William J.; University of Hawaii at Manoa. Center for Labor Education and Research.; Hawaii Public Television.; KHET-TV (Television station : Honolulu, Hawaii), “Brothers Under the Skin,” The Archival Collections at the University of Hawaiʻi School of Law Library, accessed February 28, 2024, http://archives.law.hawaii.edu/items/show/25561.

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