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In 1974, 200 labor leaders from 30 different unions pledged their support to the United Farm Workers. During a convention, hundreds of members, supporters and allies came together to discuss various strategies for moving forward in support of farm workers. Moreover, in Louisville, Kentucky, Cesar Chavez attended a Presbyterian convention where they discussed strikes and boycotts in support of the movement.
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"Labor Movement Brainstorms: Lluvias de Ideas Sobre el Movimiento Laboral" (1974). Activists. 89.