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Article was written by Phillip Veracruz where he describes in detail the hardships of farm workers the oppression, discrimination, overt racism, and inhumane working conditions. He also states why they strike, explains the purpose of the boycotts and the movement. Included are images of farm workers living facilities.
racism, racismo, agriculture, agricultura, farm workers, working conditions, economics, social justice, independence, President Lincoln, Gandhi, the Kennedys, MLK, growers, Cesar Chavez, BIPC, Anglos, Filipinos, Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Japanese, Arabs, Delano, Farm Workers Union, Phillip Veracruz, grape strike, wages
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"Racism in Agriculture: Racismo en la Agricultura" (1970). Politicians. 11.