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The article on the left-side main focus is the Non-violent Conference that took place in India. It explains the different non-violent resistance methods and how to move forward in the struggle. On the top right is an image of Emiliano Zapata, a Mexican revolutionary. Included is a snapshot of Mr. Zapata's legacy. The article below reveals how young Chicanos were framed for arson by growers/corporations in an effort to prevent the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee from increase their support for just wages and humane working/living conditions.
non-violence, Rev. Jim Drake, Cesar Chavez, India, Mahatma Gandhi, United Farm Workers Organizing Committee, Grape Boycott, stream boycott, Calcutta, America, New Delhi, Africa, Israel, lacks, Russians, Czechoslovakia, Viet Nam, South Viet Nam, Buddhist, T.Y. Rogers Jr., MLK, Martin Luther King, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, youth rights, Zapata, Richgrove, California, Miranda v. Arizona, Sheriff, Chief Ranger Raymond Banks, Chicano legal Defense Fund, USC Teachers Corp, University of Southern California, justice, race, social status, Emiliano Zapata
India & United States
El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
"Non-Violence Conference in India, Memory & Youth Rights: Conferencia No Violencia en India, Memoria, y Derechos de los Jóvenes" (1970). Subjects. 110.