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El Malcriado newspaper not only highlighted the struggles of those fighting for better wages and working conditions, but they also shed light on a number of injustices against BIPOC individuals. The article captures the violence against young African Americans that continues to this day. The writers also include detailed accounts that directly impact the BIPOC community. The struggles and issues that the National Farmworkers Association focused on might be different then those of Martin Luther King Jr., however they are similar in the sense that they are fought oppressive and justice system through non-violence means. The articles demonstrated the solidarity between the movements.
crime against blacks, injustice, violence, African Americans, violence against farm workers
El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
"Crime: They Color it Black & Enemy of the Farmworker" (1967). Subjects. 33.