Sun 14 Sep, 2014 07:54 pm
What were some organizations thats tried to improve their labor struggles? Besides farming and low wages what were some problems?
Oh, another "do my homework" thread. Do a web search for Cesar Chavez, and go from there. That's a good start, now do your own homework.
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I did but I'm doing a group project for my Chicano Studies class and someone has that taken and I'm currently looking through the web and I found some resources but I need a lot more of topics under Chicano labor struggles and I just need a bit help. Sheesh.
You're a little slow on the uptake. You don't look up Cesar Chavez just to do a project on him. You use his bio as a basis to learn the names of the other influential people and organizations of that period. If you needed to know about American politicians during the period of our civil war, you couldn't do better than to look up Abraham Lincoln, who bio would start you down the road to learning about the other political players of the time. But, wait . . . that's right . . . you don't actually want to have to work at the assignment.