Interview with Daryl Ke

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1996
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Yamada, Holly
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A displaced sugar worker discusses his philosophy of sharing (e.g., music, skills) with others. He describes his jobs at Kau Sugar Company, as well as the layoffs and company closure and the union's reaction to these events.
fertilizer hand thrower, knapsack sprayer, stroller gang worker, fireroom worker, powerhouse worker; part-Hawaiian; male
Interview conducted in English.
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Community, Family Life, Kau, Sugar Cane, Unions
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57 min
27 pages
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Pahala, Hawaii
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DU629 .H36 H36 1997
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