Dolores Huerta Poster
Dolores Huerta is a Chicana labor leader and co-founder of the United Farm Workers Union. In the 1970's she directed the groundbreaking National Grape Boycott. This poster is also bi-lingual, English and Spanish. "Dolores Huerta, born April 10, 1930, Chicana labor leader, co-founder and vice-president of the United Farm Workers Union (UFW), has dedicated her life to the struggle for justice and dignity for migrant farm workers. Her direction of the UFW's National Grape Boycott lead to the passage of the ground breaking Agricultural Labor Relations Act of 1975, establishing the farm worker's bill of rights. Dolores continues the struggle for a living wage, clean water and toilets in the fields, decent housing, health benefits and the freedom to work without sexual harassment and assault. In 2006, she can still be found on the front lines fighting for civil rights and promoting non-violent activism."
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