In this interview, retiree Gene Drogin discusses his experiences as a Jewish electrician as part of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 11 based in Los Angeles, California. Drogin describes the challenges he faced after moving to Los Angeles in the 1940's, and the difficulties he and other Jews had being accepted by the union.
tape one container label: Frank's movies- Catalina + Solidarity w/Gene
tape two label: Gene + Frank in Cuba Labor [rallies] + Trash [burner]
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