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The United Farm Workers, farm workers, and clergymen/persists pledged their support to Native Americans who fought numerous injustices. One of the many tragedies that Native Americans have faced is the Massacre that occurred in 1973 were approximately 300 individuals were murdered by United States soldiers at Wounded Knee. The article also describes the injustices that farm workers faced at the hands of Teamsters union and growers.
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"Lamont, California: Pledge Full Support: Promesa de Apoyo" (1973). States. 59.