On April 9, current and former county residents joined Dolores Huerta in San Francisco to celebrate her 87th birthday and to watch a screening of "Dolores: The Movie," a documentary about the civil rights activist
In September1975, free elections altered California's agricultural landscape. On Sunday, April 3, the National Steinbeck Center will host the unveiling of "Democracy in the Fields," a project dedicated to this momentous event and the lives it transformed
El Teatro Campesino was established in 1965 during the Delano Grape Strike. Fifty years later, its founder, Luis Valdez, continues creating thought-provoking productions and nurturing talent from the theater company's playhouse in San Juan Bautista
Yesterday, Sept. 16, was historic for several reasons: The second Republican presidential debate was held; Mexico celebrated its independence; and 50 years ago, Cesar Chavez led his fledgling union in a grape strike
COMMENTARY: Legacy of Cesar and Helen Chavez in SBC
For more than three decades Cesar led the first successful farm workers union in American history.