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Chris Sanchez was one of the photographers who took photographs during strikes throughout California. When he and other photographers were taking pictures of the actions of the deputy sheriffs, they were arrested. Individuals who took part in supporting and documenting the farm worker/labor movement were usually presented with different forms of harassment and opposition. Included are the efforts of union representatives to pass laws that would prevent further bus accidents. Also included is an article that provides an example of actions that support the farm worker movement. The article found in the left corner focused on the challenges that United Airline workers faced.
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El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
"Arrests, Strikes & Accidents: Arrestos, Huelgas y Accidentes" (1975). Subjects. 248.