eBook Encyclopedia of César Chávez: The Farm Workers' Fight for Rights and Justice, 1st Edition

  • Roger A. Bruns
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  • ISBN-10: 1440803811
  • ISBN-13: 9781440803819
  • DDC: 331.88
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 386 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released September 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Introduction.
1: Entries.
2: Agbayani Village.
3: Agribusiness of California.
4: Agricultural Labor Relations Act of 1975 (ALRA).
5: Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee (AWOC).
6: Alinsky, Saul.
7: Arizona Fast, 1972.
8: Boycotts.
9: Bracero Program.
10: Brown, Jerry.
11: Bruce Church, Inc..
12: California Migrant Ministry (CMM).
13: Chatfield, LeRoy.
14: Chavez, Helen.
15: Chavez, Juana.
16: Chavez, Librado.
17: Chavez, Manuel.
18: Chavez, Richard.
19: Chicano Movement.
20: Coachella Strike, 1973.
21: Cohen, Jerry.
22: Community Organizing.
23: Community Service Organization (CSO).
24: Constitutional Convention of United Farm Workers, 1973.
25: Contract Signings, 1970.
26: Contreras, Rufino.
27: De La Cruz, Jessie.
28: DiGiorgio Fruit Corporation.
29: Drake, Jim.
30: El Malcriado.
31: Fasts.
32: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Surveillance.
33: Forty Acres.
34: Founding Convention, National Farm Workers Association, 1962.
35: Fresno County Jail, 1973.
36: Galarza, Ernesto.
37: Gallo Wine Company.
38: “Game, The”.
39: Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand (Mahatma).
40: Ganz, Marshall.
41: Giumarra Vineyards.
42: Govea, Jessica.
43: Grape Strike, 1965.
44: Hartmire, Chris.
45: Higgins, George.
46: Huerta, Dolores.
47: International Brotherhood of the Teamsters (IBT).
48: Itliong, Larry.
49: Kennedy, Robert.
50: King, Martin Luther, Jr..
51: Kircher, William.
52: La Paz.
53: Lettuce Strike, 1979.
54: Levy, Jacques.
55: Lyons, Mack.
56: Mahoney, Roger.
57: March (Peregrinación) to Sacramento, 1966.
58: McDonnell, Donald.
59: McFarland Rose Grafters Strike, 1965.
60: McWilliams, Carey.
61: Meany, George.
62: Medina, Eliseo.
63: Modesto March, 1975.
64: Nathan, Sandy.
65: Nonviolent Protest.
66: One Thousand Mile March, 1975.
67: Oxnard Organizing Campaign, 1958.
68: Padilla, Gilbert.
69: Perelli-Minetti Strike and Boycott, 1966.
70: “Plan of Delano”.
71: Proposition 14, 1976.
72: Proposition 22, 1972.
73: Ranch Committees.
74: Reuther, Walter.
75: Rodriguez, Arturo.
76: Ross, Fred.
77: Salad Bowl Strike, 1970.
78: Salandini, Victor.
79: Salinas Jail, 1970.
80: Schenley Boycott, 1965.
81: Short-Handled Hoe.
82: Steinberg, Lionel.
83: Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).
84: Texas Melon Strike, 1966.
85: Unionization Attempts on Behalf of Farm Workers.
86: United Farm Workers (UFW).
87: U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Migratory Labor Hearings, 1966.
88: Valdez, Luis.
89: Vera Cruz, Philip.
90: Virgin of Guadalupe.
91: Wrath of Grapes Campaign, 1986.
92: Primary Documents.
93: Farm Labor Organizing—Cesar Chavez Speaks of the Early Years.
94: “The Plan of Delano” (1965).
95: Interview with Barrera Family Members on the 1966 Peregrinación.
96: Informant Interview to FBI on Cesar Chavez, September 23, 1966.
97: Statement of Senator Robert F. Kennedy, Delano, California, March 10, 1968.
98: Cesar Chavez's “Letter from Delano,” 1969.
99: Statement of Dolores Huerta before Senate Subcommittee on Migratory Labor, July 15, 1969.
100: Delano Grape Workers' Boycott Day Proclamation, May 10, 1969.
101: Testimony of Cesar Chavez and Other Farm Worker Leaders at a Public Hearing before Members of Congress, October 1, 1969.
102: Statement by Cesar Chavez at the End of His 24-Day Fast for Justice, Phoenix, Arizona, June 4, 1972.
103: Cesar Chavez Speech at Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, November 9, 1984.
104: Extract from Interview with Guadalupe Gamboa, April 9, 2003.
Annotated Bibliography.
Index.
About the Author.