[Aleada Lynette Daniels, an African American General Motor's nurse, talks about her experiences at the Fisher Body plant in Lansing, MI].

Lynette tells of being hired in February 1985 shortly after nursing school. Lynette describes working conditions, antiquated equipment, supply shortages and treating the UAW Fisher workers for a range of maladies with unorthodox methods. She comments on the effect unionizing the nurses had on workin...

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Corporate Author: United Auto Workers Local 602/General Motors Oral History Project
Other Authors: Daniels, Aleada Lynette (Interviewee)
Coulter, Marilyn (Interviewer)
Language:English
Published: [2005]
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MSU: Gift of UAW/GM.
Physical Description:1 electronic audio file (11 min., 44 sec.) : digital, WAV, MP3 files.
Format: Audio Software
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Lynette tells of being hired in February 1985 shortly after nursing school. Lynette describes working conditions, antiquated equipment, supply shortages and treating the UAW Fisher workers for a range of maladies with unorthodox methods. She comments on the effect unionizing the nurses had on working conditions. She also talks about normal hazing of new nurses.
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Call Number:Voice 15497
Playing Time:00:11:44
System Details:Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
Participant or Performer:
Interviewee, Aleada Lynette Daniels ; interviewer, Marilyn Coulter.
Event Details:
Recorded Aug. 24, 2005 as part of the United Auto Workers Local 602/General Motors Oral History Project.