I'm trying to track down the name and availability of what we think is a
documentary video that a faculty member here saw on PBS "a few years ago".
It chronicles the role of Korean women factory workers in the late 1930s-
during which Korea was under Japanese colonial rule. Of particular interest
is documentary footage of a factory strike which apparently served as a
catalyst to the overall Korean labor movement. I've checked with several
sources, including Gary's incomparable MRC videographies, but have come up
empty. Please contact me directly if any of this rings a bell.
Thanks in advance.
Scott Andrew Silet, Acting Librarian for Media Studies
Robertson Media Center, Clemons Library
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22903
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