Hawai‘i Sugar Plantation Strike of 1946

The 1946 Great Hawai‘i Sugar Strike was a pivotal event in modern Hawai‘i history, both the culmination of events as well as the catalyst for more change. The successful 79-day strike of nearly 25,000 workers, impacting over 100,000 people (20 percent ...

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