Farmworks Strike To Save Their Union


Cesar Chavez along with Dolores Huerta found the National Farm Workers Association which later merged with Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee. United Farm Workers was accepted into AFL-CIO in 1972. Chavez was a labor leader, community organizer, and Lation American civil rights activist.

Referenced: Chavez, CesarCommissioner: United Farm WorkersMaker: United Farm Workers

Location: Currently not on view

Place Made: United States: District of ColumbiaReferenced: United States: California, San FranciscoUnited States: California, San JoseUnited States: California, Los AngelesUnited States: Washington, SeattleUnited States: Colorado, Denver

General Subject Association: Chicano movementLabor Unionslabor issuesFarmers and RanchersProtest and Civil Disobedience


See more items in: Political and Military History: Political History, Labor History Collection, Agriculture, Princeton Posters


Exhibition Location:

Credit Line: W. E. Martin

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 1992.0224.68Catalog Number: 1992.0224.68Accession Number: 1992.0224

Object Name: Poster

Physical Description: paper (overall material)yellow (overall color)red (overall color)white (overall color)black (overall color)Measurements: average spatial: 23 in x 29 in; x 58.42 cm x 73.66 cm


Record Id: nmah_1116661

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