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Integral to the victories of the United Farm Workers was the solidarity that they built within the United States and abroad. Cesar Chavez formed strong ties with Canadian labor leaders and in 1973 there was a march called "boycott day" that took place in Toronto, Canada were approximately 2,000 people joined. The article below focuses on the opposition that the United Farm Workers of America faced from Teamsemster Union.
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United States & Canada
El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
"Canadians Share Boycott Weekend with Cesar Chavez: Canadienses Comparten Fin de Semana de Boicot con César Chávez" (1973). Activists. 67.