Cesar Chavez


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United States labor leader who organized farm workers (born 1927)

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The Cesar Chavez Lifetime Achievement Award, named after a Latino American civil rights activist, is one of many ways that Cesar Chavez is honored for his commitment to the community.
Andy Holligan in his bout with Julio Cesar Chavez in December, 1993 - the 10st division, lightwelterweight, has now been reclassified as super-lightweight
Froch is targeting a fight |with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr
Ward has already beaten Froch convincingly so the most logical looks to be the very beatable Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, who is 6-4 with Ladbrokes to be Froch's next opponent.
"A huge fight between Gennady Golovkin (29-0, 26 KO's) and former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
Whatever it is, we decided that we wanted to take a look back to some of our proudest moments as a culture: the Cesar Chavez story, and we decided to talk with the producers and directors of a movie that will soon be released about Chavez's life and story, probably the only big hero of the Latino community.
The Whitman Teaches the Movement (WTTM) program, which, in conjunction with the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), offers classes on the 1960s civil rights movement, is adding Cesar Chavez and his labor movement to the coursework, among others.
Encyclopedia of Cesar Chavez; the farm workers' fight for rights and justice.
labour organizer Cesar Chavez angered some American conservatives, who were fumed that it was disrespectful to celebrate Chavez with a so-called Google Doodle on Easter.
Though most of the spiders are not much larger than a quarter, many have big namesakes: Cesar Chavez, entertainer Penn Jillette and photographer Dorothea Lange all lend their names to new species.
"Latinos are an integral part of the country, and arguably the most important activist or political leader--a figure of immense importance--was Cesar Chavez," says Ilan Stavans, professor of Latin-American culture at Amherst College and author of several books on Chavez.
1 Which boxer last week won the WBC World middleweight title,in doing so inflicting the first ever defeat on Julio Cesar Chavez Junior?
CESAR CHAVEZ'S SUCCESSFUL efforts to outwit the powerful agricultural industry and found a union for farm workers have often been characterized as a David-versus-Goliath struggle.