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El Malcriado newspaper included a section detailing injustices and news that happened aboard. In support of the Farah workers strike, Mexican workers boycotted Farah products and protested in an effort to increase wages and stipulate a 40 hour work week. The article that follows focuses on United State investment in Asian countries and the pledge of twenty-two individuals who were blacklisted by Ferdinand Marcos. The article that proceeds highlights the medical experiments that women endured. It briefly describes how American and Brazilian Doctors tested contraception pills. Lastly, it brings to light the efforts of the wives of pilots to stop the bombings in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.
Farah Strikers, Mexican Workers, Solidarity, profits, Asia, El Paso, Texas, United States Department of Commerce, investment, President Ferdinand Marcos, Filipinos, National Committee for the Restoration of Civil Liberties in the Philippines, NCRCLP, blacklisting, Brazilian Women, Guinea pigs, United States Drug Firms, Brazil, Bahia, John D. Rockefeller, International Planned Parenthood Federation, Pilots Wives, fight, Indochina Bombings, San Francisco, investment, doctors, women, contraceptive pills, experiments, welfare, finances
California, Texas, Brazil, & Philippines
El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
"International News: Noticias Internacionales" (1973). United States Government. 20.