Unbending Cane: Pablo Manlapit, a Filipino Labor Leader in Hawaii
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160pp. October 2002
Unbending Cane: Pablo Manlapit, a Filipino Labor Leader in Hawaii
Author: Kerkvliet, Melinda Tria;
Unbending Cane not only provides a well-researched and accurate historical account of one of the most controversial labor leaders to come out of Hawaii before World War II, but also explores the complex layers of the man who took on the powerful sugar barons to seek justice for those working in Hawaii's cane fields.

Distributed for the Office of Multicultural Student Services, University of Hawai‘i
“An honest approach to a challenging subject and a valuable contribution to the field of Hawaiian plantation, and indeed, labour biographies.” —Pacific Affairs (fall 2004)
Author: Kerkvliet, Melinda Tria;
Melinda Tria Kerkvliet is a former director of Operation Manong (now the Office of Multicultural Student Services) at the University of Hawaii.



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