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Included is a hiring notice for various grower companies that had established worker contracts with the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee. Following the notice is an article detailing the efforts of Mexican Americans prisoners in Susanville, California to create change while completing their sentences. To the right of the article is an article that provides an example of slave treatment in Rio Grande Valley, Texas. The article below focuses on mandatory drafts imposed on young Mexican American nonviolent activists. The article on the right side of the page highlights the political stands of universities in the state of California, how politicians use university research to draft and incorporate legislation, and how those decisions and policies affect farm workers. In addition the writers explain how border laws were created and how they affected immigrants.
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California & Texas
El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
"Hiring Hall Notice, Prison Group Committees to the Cause, Slavery in Texas Nonviolence and the Draft, Profiting from Poverty with Higher Education" (1969). United States Government. 16.