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Cesar Chavez: The Life Behind A Legacy Of Farm Labor Rights

Half a century ago this summer, labor activist Cesar Chavez joined thousands of striking farmworkers in Texas as they converged on Austin, the state capital, to demand fair wages and humane working conditions.

Their march, which started from the punishing melon fields of South Texas, was his march, too.

It was a deep and abiding understanding of the challenges of the…

Source: Cesar Chavez: The Life Behind A Legacy Of Farm Labor Rights : NPR

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