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Cesar Chavez was an American labor leader and civil rights activist who, with Dolores Huerta, co-founded the National Farm Workers Association in 1962. Originally a Mexican American farm worker, Chavez became the best known Latino American civil rights activist, and was strongly promoted by the American labor ...

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Neither was the name Cesar Chavez. Only seven years later, ... But the truth is that I went through a lot of hell, and a lot of people did. If we can even the score a ... when he died in 1993. Chavez himself has become a symbol—for all those Davids who tackle Goliaths and embrace the slogan, sí se puede: Yes, it can be done.

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Find out more about the history of Cesar Chavez, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com.

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They began working on farms picking fruits and vegetables. César's family would move from farm to farm looking for work, just like many other families who also lost their homes. César's family moved often. Moving did not bother César, or his sisters and brothers too much because their parents loved them and because they ...

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Apr 27, 2017 ... Did You Know? Tha name of the town that Cesar Chavez and his family moved to in California when he was a child was Sal Si Puedes, which translates to "escape if you can." Did You Know? At one point, Cesar Chavez fasted for 36 days for the rights of laborers. Place of Birth: Yuma, Arizona. Place of ...

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Cesar Chavez Gains Grounds for Farmers Cesar Chavez is best known for his efforts to gain better working conditions for the thousands of workers who labored on farms for low wages and under severe conditions. Chavez and his United Farm Workers union battled California grape growers by holding nonviolent protests.

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His parents owned a ranch and a small grocery store, but during the Great Depression in the 1930s they lost everything. In order to survive, Cesar Chavez and his family became migrant farm workers, traveling around California to find work. It was hard work, and they did not live in the same place for long. The Chavez family ...

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César Chávez. César Estrada Chávez was born on March 31, 1927 near Yuma Arizona. He was named after his great-grandfather Cesario, who was an escaped slave. ... He did not return to high school because his father became injured in an accident and he did not want his mother Juana to have to work in the fields.

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Chicano activist Cesar Chavez was one of America's best known labor leaders. Born in Arizona in 1927, Chavez was one of six children. His family moved in California during the Great Depression, and everyone worked as farm workers, traveling from farm to farm throughout California, cultivating and harvesting crops.