Cesar Chavez...Mexican Immigrant To California, Chavez Founded and Led the American Farm Workers' Union...Chavez Spent His Lifetime Working For the Fair Pay & Good Working Conditions For All Peoples In This Nation...He Died A Hero To Millions & An Inspiration To The Downtrodden & the Famous & Powerful, As Well...We Shall Not See His Likes Again Soon, I Fear...Bless You, Sir...

Cesar Chavez An icon in the Latino community, Cesar Chavez was an American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist.

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Losing the Legacy of Cesar Chavez Day

“We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community," Cesar Chavez, migrant Labor Organizer

Building coalitions between Latinas/os & African-Americans - Venceremos Utah

Coretta Scott King with Cesar Chavez, the civil rights movement involved a couple groups. Here Black/African American and Chicano/Mexican American rights united. Many people don't understand that the Civil Rights Movement benefited many different people.

Cesar Chavez was an American farm worker and a labor leader who fought for the rights of farm workers. With the help of the Dolores Huerta co-founded the National Farm Workers Association which helped many poor families.

Cesar Chavez was an American farm worker and a labor leader who fought for the rights of farm workers. With the help of the Dolores Huerta co-founded the National Farm Workers Association which helped many poor families.

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Cesar Chavez helped vineyard farm workers by leading a nationwide boycott on grapes. On July 1970 farm workers and growers reached an agreement. This eventually led to better wages and working conditions for farm workers.

Cesar Chavez - Activist, Union Leader, Labor Organizer. Dedicated his life to improving the treatment, pay and working conditions for farm laborers.

MY IDOL! I LOVE American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist! God Bless You CC!

Vintage United Farm Workers Union Postcard

Vintage United Farm Workers Union Postcard

A postcard of a poster promoting the United Farm Workers, an organization founded primarily by Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta to improve the deplorable wages and working conditions that many mi

Cesar Chavez & Robert Kennedy Chavez peacefully protested by fasting.

Senator Bobby Kenendy visiting Cesar Chavez as he broke his hunger strike, fighting for fair wages and human dignity for farm workers in the U.

Best Cesar Chavez quote EVER!

Best Cesar Chavez Quote EVER

I finally got around to watching the Cesar Chavez movie. It came out in theaters on March 28 of this year and as much as I wanted to see it at the movie theater, it just didn’t happen.

He said it first. Cesar Chavez, American Farm Workers Union. Si Se Puede! Viva la huelga!  Happy César Chávez Day.

Cesar Chavez + Unity + Justice + Equality = Si Se Puede!

“Sí se puede” is the rallying cry of the United Farm Worker’s Union in the Yes!

Take control of your mind & Educate yourself.  Cesar Chavez, Mexican-American farm worker, later labor leader and activist.

"Preservation of one's own culture does not require contempt or disrespect for other cultures" - Cesar Chavez, who united Filipinos and Mexicans to end virtual enslavement in California

April 10, 1930: Dolores Huerta is born. Dolores Huerta was born in Dawson, New Mexico.Huerta, inspired by her upbringing and her experience working as a teacher among impoverished students, became a community organizer and set out to “correct economic injustice”. She and Cesar Chavez founded a union called the National Farm Workers Association that would later merge with the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee to become the United Farm Workers of America, .

Dolores Huerta – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dolores Clara Fernández Huerta is a labor leader and civil rights activist who was an early member of the National Farmworkers Association, w…

"Students must learn to think and act for themselves—and be free." —Cesar Chavez (photo credit: TIME Magazine)

Cesar Chavez on Time Magazine Cover The cover story of the July 1969 issue of Time Magazine was titled "The Little Strike That Grew into LA CAUSA".

10 Vegetarians You Already Admire - these quotes are so true! It's refreshing that people of such great influence have spoken out about the indifference of humanity towards animals and the choice to eat meat

Cesar Chavez farm worker, civil rights activist, labor leader, animal rights activist & vegan.

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