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should say we can't have her, or, no, someone said, “Maybe we can't have her.” Dennis said, “I don't think it's going to work.”

I said, “We can't have an empty chair there. We've got to have her there. You just demand --“ and then I demanded with the TV, Gil Noble, that they not be interviewed together.

Q:

I think this is covered in the earlier oral history.

Foner:

Yes. Okay.

Q:

You did want to fill in some gaps which you said you left in our last week's conversation about Bread and Roses.

Foner:

Yes. All right. Let me try to remember them. First of all, I didn't give you a name that you can get, and I wrote it down but I don't see it. Hold on. It's Idalijsa. She's the woman who did “Latina Women of Hope.” Is that important?

Q:

The photographer. Her first name was --

Foner:

Idalijsa les Lepiorz.

Q:

She was the photographer for the twelve --

Foner:

And also with the video.

Q:

For Latina Women of Hope poster series.

Foner:

Okay. Also that the woman who did the poster, you know, the one that's inside 1199 News -- not her. She did a poster for us, and I don't know which one. She didn't do the one in 1199 News. But I don't know if I spoke about her.

Q:

I don't remember.

Foner:

She's done posters for us.

Okay. Now I wanted to update you on a few things in Bread and Roses since we met. Since we met a week ago, here are some of the things that have happened with Bread and Roses, particularly on our project of Unseen America. Number one, today a camera crew for television is following -- tonight or tomorrow is the opening of the exhibition of members' art.

Q:

At Gallery 1199?

Foner:

At Gallery 1199, art by members.



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