DOLORES HUERTA
The UFW's Grand Lady of Steel:


DOLORES HUERTA Co-founder, with Cesar Chavez, of the United Farm Workers of America (also see http://www.farmworkers.org) has emerged as one of the leading spokespersons for Latinos, women, and other ethnic minority groups. The following are Web Sites that chronicle her monumental social and political achievements and a bibliography of articles and books written about her life.

DOLORES HUERTA: one the century's most powerful and respected labor movement leaders.
DOLORES HUERTA: Cesar Chavez once described Huerta's driven character as "totally fearless, both mentally and physically."
DOLORES HUERTA: "I think we brought to the world, the United States anyway, the whole idea of boycotting as a nonviolent tactic. I think we showed the world that nonviolence can work to make social change."
DOLORES HUERTA WOMAN OF THE YEAR: For a lifetime of labor championing the rights of farmworkers
DOLORES HUERTA: one the century's most powerful and respected labor movement leaders.
DOLORES HUERTA: Activist speaks against racism, for gender equality.
Readings On Dolores Huerta: Compiled by Romelia Salinas Clnet WWW site manager.


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