Contains a transcribed copy of Lucille Kendall's interview with left-wing activist Elaine Black Yoneda, which began in February
1976 and ended in June 1977. The interview covers Yoneda's involvement with the International Labor Defense, International
Longshoremen's Association's Defense Committee, the Communist Party, and various labor and civil rights movements.
Elaine Black Yoneda was born in Manhattan, New York, in 1906 to Russian Jewish immigrants who were members of the Communist
Party. When she was a child, Yoneda's family relocated San Diego, California, where her father ran a dry goods store and Elaine
attended local public schools.
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