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Examines the lives of two slain cannery union reformers during the tumultuous Civil Rights Era of the 1970s
Ron Chew is a writer and community organizer who has fought for social justice and more inclusive historical understanding. He is former editor of the International Examiner and former executive director of the Wing Luke Museum. He now works as director of the International Community Health Services Foundation. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
"Remembering Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes is a must read for
Asian American and Labor Studies. Buy it, read it and recommend it
"The book documents the astonishing level of discrimination practices in Alaska canneries into the 1980s.... this is a rich beginning."