Hosea Hudson (1898-1988) was an African-American labor leader, industrial union organizer, activist and a member of the Communist Party of the United States. His early adult years were spent working as a sharecropper in Georgia and eventually as an iron molder in Alabama. He spent a few months in New York studying at a Communist Party training school where he learned to read in write. Hudson remained in the party up until his death in 1988.
This interview was conducted on November 15th & 16th, 1986.