Kathy Andrade Interview Four, Tape 2, Side B

CENTRO: New York City Hispanic Labor Documentation Oral History Project

Andrade discusses how she initially got involved in unions working as a union colonizer (an underground union organizer) in different non-union manufacturing companies in New York and Florida. She also talks about how she became more involved in union activities in the early 1950s, including fighting for immigration reform and establishing social and recreational programs through the union.


Date
December 11, 1998, Recording date
Interviewee
Kathy Andrade
Duration
29m 32.0s
Language
English
Object Type
Sound
Identifier
LABOR.KAnd.1998.12.11.2b
Related Keywords
Art, Education, Labor unions, Sports, Communism
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
Jay Mazer, Jim Ankerbrack, David Russo, Fanny Colon, Mayda Berg, David Davinski, Fidel Castro, Shelly Appleton, Rutgers University, Bronx Museum Of The Arts, Queens Museum, United Healthcare Workers East 1199SEIU, Local 23-United Food and Commercial Workers, New York Daily News, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU), El Diario/ La Prensa, United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation
Related Places
The Bronx (is referenced), Pittsburgh, PA (is referenced), Mexico (is referenced), Guatemala (is referenced), Washington (is referenced)
Related Dates
1950 – 1955, Date mentioned
Related Items
Kathy Andrade Interview One, Tape 1, Side A
Kathy Andrade Interview Two, Tape 1, Side B
Kathy Andrade Interview Three, Tape 2, Side A
Kathy Andrade Interview Five, Tape 3, Side B
Kathy Andrade Interview Six, Tape 3, Side A
Citation
CENTRO: New York City Hispanic Labor Documentation Oral History Project. Kathy Andrade Interview Four, Tape 2, Side B: LABOR.KAnd.1998.12.11.2b. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 23 Oct 2019.
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