The Honolulu Record was a newspaper established in 1948 by Koji Ariyoshi, a Hawaiian Nisei labor activist and war veteran with support from the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. The investigation of the paper by the Committee on Un-American Activities concluded that Honolulu Record was a front for the Communist Party
The Record earned a strong reputation for its muckraking investigative journalism. In 1950, it revealed that a much-praised 14-year professor at the University of Hawaii, Shunzo Sakamaki, had been denied tenure simply because he was Japanese - and that no "local product" had ever been promoted to full professorship. Ariyoshi's dogged four-year campaign eventually resulted in the tenureship of Professor Sakamaki.
The paper ceased publication in 1958.
- Geracimos Chapin, Helen (1996). "Chapter 28: The Honolulu Record and the Art of Muckraking". Shaping History: The Role of Newspapers in Hawai'i. University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 0824817184. Retrieved December 28, 2014.