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To create long lasting change within the labor movement it was critical for farm workers to not only organize and engage in nonviolent resistance practices, but it was essential to collaborate with other leaders. Senator Edward Kennedy was one of many allies that helped the union fight for laws, union labor contracts and just practices for the betterment of all farmworkers.
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"Have a Duty to Organize: Tienen el Deber de Organizar" (1973). Politicians. 32.