Farmworks Strike To Save Their Union

Farmworks Strike To Save Their Union

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Description
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.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Poster
referenced
Chavez, Cesar
commissioner
United Farm Workers
maker
United Farm Workers
place made
United States: District of Columbia
referenced
United States: California, San Francisco
United States: California, San Jose
United States: California, Los Angeles
United States: Washington, Seattle
United States: Colorado, Denver
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
ID Number
1992.0224.68
catalog number
1992.0224.68
accession number
1992.0224
Credit Line
W. E. Martin
subject
Mexican-Americans and/or Chicanos
Chicano movement
Labor Unions
labor issues
Farmers and Ranchers
Protest and Civil Disobedience
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Political and Military History: Political History, Labor History Collection
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Princeton Posters
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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