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The photograph was taken during Coachella's Cinco de Mayo celebration. Children are depicted wearing traditional attire. Following the image is an acknowledgement of the efforts of Benito Juárez (first indigenous president of Mexico) and Cesar Chavez efforts to improve the lives of their people. Within the forum are letters of gratitude towards various individuals who took part in a number of boycotts. They also acknowledged the death of one of their longtime supporter Margarita Munoz.
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"Farm Workers Forum: Foro de Trabajadores Agrícolas" (1974). Politicians. 31.