Cesar Chavez was a social activist of the 1960s, most famous for his work in helping to improve the lives of California farm workers. The son of migrant laborers, Chavez founded the National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and later the United Farm Worker...
March 31, 1927 (age
April 23, 1993
Cesar Estrada Chavez (March 31, 1927 - April 23, 1993) was a Mexican-
American labor leader ... 1944-1946, Chavez fought in World War 2, in the US
Cesar Chavez is born on March 31, 1927, in Yuma, Arizona, to a poor Mexican
American family. They run a farm, grocery store, garage, and pool hall.
1942, Chavez graduates from eighth grade. After attending more that schools,
this is his last year of formal education. 1944 - 1946, Enlists in the U.S. Navy, ...
Cesar Chavez was born on a small farm near Yuma, Arizona, on March 31, 1927.
Top of Page. Cesar's ... Did you know Sal Si Puedes means "Get Out If You Can?
" In 1942, Cesar ... In 1944, Cesar joined the United States Navy. He was ...
The Chávez family, like all migrant farm workers at that time, worked very hard ...
César escaped this life temporarily in 1944, when at age 17 he joined the U.S. ...
organizers to help him do what many labor leaders thought was impossible.
1942--Cesar quits school after the eighth grade and works in the fields full time to
help support his family. 1944--He joins the U.S. Navy during World War II and ...
Cesar Chavez was an important advocate for farm workers rights in America. He
dedicated his life to improving working conditions of migrant farmers. Along with ...
Cesar Chavez Estrada was born near Yuma, Arizona, in 1927. ... in the years of
World War II and he joined the Navy in 1944 and served two years. ... Using four
of our rights from the First Amendment, he did things to make the union strong.
This is the realization that the horrors of war, racism, and oppression can only be
... César Chávez learned the values that guided him in his struggle to improve the
.... she did not speak English, and neither did several of his brothers and sisters.
.... Finally, in 1944 César joined the Navy, and like thousands of other Mexican ...