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Interview with Cynthia Juan
|Title:||Interview with Cynthia Juan|
|Series/Report no.:||The Closing of Sugar Plantations: Interviews with Families of Hamakua and Kau, Hawaii|
|Description:||The wife of a displaced sugar worker talks about her father's loyalty to the plantation, camp life in Kau, parents' values, schooling, and marriage to a Vietnam veteran. She also recalls the emotional and financial effects of the Kau and Hamakua sugar company closures on her husband, herself, and their children. The support given to displaced sugar families--training, food pantries, outreach, newsletter, etc.--are also discussed.|
office clerk, newsletter editor, secretary; Portuguese; female
Interview conducted in English.
|Pages/Duration:||1 hr, 25 min|
|Geographic Coverage:||Honokaa, Hawaii|
|Appears in Collections:||The Closing of Sugar Plantations: Interviews with Families of Hamakua and Ka‘u, Hawai‘i|
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