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Hispanic Identity Fades with Each Generation

Voice of America (blog) - 1 week ago
Mariachi Aguila, a musical group from Dolores Huerta Preparatory High School in Pueblo, Colo., provided entertainment during the Academy's National Hispanic Heritage Month Luncheon at the Falcon...

'Dolores,' A Screening

Louisville Eccentric Observer - 2 weeks ago
Learn about Dolores Huerta, one of “the most important, yet least known, activists in American history,” according to event organizers. Huerta cofounded the first farm workers unions with Cesar...

Dolores Review

Empire - 4 weeks ago
She co-founded the pioneering United Farm Workers' Union with César Chavez, spent decades fighting for workers' rights, and coined the phrase “Si, se puede” (“Yes, we can”) borrowed...

Peace Greats (Part 1)

Gandhi, the Dalai Lama, Chavez & Huerta, Mandela, and King - 1 month ago
B​roadcast: January 14, 2018 at 4pm. This is a Peace Talks radio special… from the archive of the series on peacemaking and nonviolent conflict resolution. We're calling it Peace Greats Part...

CA Supreme Court rules in favor of farmworker union

KCBX - 2 months ago
Sharon Mollerus/Flickr Creative Commons. In a win for farm worker unions, the California Supreme Court Monday upheld a law allowing the state to order unions and farming companies to reach binding...

“Dolores”: Si Se Puede

HuffPost - 2 months ago
Dolores lost ally Martin Luther King, Jr. to assassination and stood next to strong supporter Robert Kennedy as he was gunned down shortly afterward. Bratt unflinchingly documents Huerta's own...

Neighborhood Notes: Doc screening, Eco-success, Valencia openings

Mission Local - 2 months ago
The documentary Dolores, about the co-founder of the United Farm Workers, Dolores Huerta, will show Sunday at the Brava Theater at 2, 5 and 7 p.m. Tickets can be purchased here. There will be a panel...

North Carolina Is Trying to Destroy the State's Only Farmworkers Union. We're Suing.

ACLU (blog) - 2 months ago
Dolores Huerta, the legendary civil rights icon and farmworker activist, had it right: “Organized labor is a necessary part of democracy.” Day in and day out, unions struggle to make sure that...

Dolores Huerta is Still Fighting for Farmworkers' Rights

Civil Eats - 2 months ago
Dolores Huerta is having a bit of a celebrity moment. It began in 2012, when President Obama gave her the Presidential Medal of Freedom award for coining the slogan “Sí, Se Puede,” an early...

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