"The ILWU as a Force for Interracial Unity In Hawaii" in Social Process in Hawaiʻi Vol. 15.

Title

"The ILWU as a Force for Interracial Unity In Hawaii" in Social Process in Hawaiʻi Vol. 15.

Subject

Social Conditions--Hawaii--Periodicals.
Race Relations--Hawaii--Periodicals.
Ethnic Groups--Hawaii--Periodicals.
Cultural Characteristics--Hawaii--Periodicals.
Hawaii--Social conditions--Periodicals.
Hawaii--Race relations--Periodicals.

Description

Social Process in Hawaiʻi, published by the Sociology Club at the University of Hawaiʻi publish a series of articles regarding "Industrial Sociology in Hawaiʻi." The article of relevance to this exhibit is "The ILWU as a Force for Interracial Unity in Hawaiʻi" (p. 32) by David E. Thompson. This article discusses the racial dynamics before and during the creation of interracial unions in Hawaiʻi.

Creator

David E. Thompson

Source

UHWO Center for Labor Education and Research

Publisher

Honolulu : Dept. of Sociology, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Date

1951

Rights

UHWO Center for Labor

Format

jpg

Language

Eng

Type

Still Image

Identifier

CLEAR5

Files

CLEAR5.JPG

Citation

David E. Thompson, “"The ILWU as a Force for Interracial Unity In Hawaii" in Social Process in Hawaiʻi Vol. 15.,” The Archival Collections at the University of Hawaiʻi School of Law Library, accessed February 28, 2024, http://archives.law.hawaii.edu/items/show/25565.

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