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03/15/2016
Fresno Bee (CA): Fresno County officials investigate possible pesticide exposure
03/15/2016
UTSA Tday (TX): UTSA photo of the day: The Life and Legacy of César E. Chavez
03/15/2016
Fresno Bee (CA): United Farm Workers commemorates 50th anniversary of march from Delano to Sacramento
03/11/2016
L.A. Biz Journal (CA): Lawmaker proposes an eight-hour workday for farmworkers
03/10/2016
East County Magazine: ASSEMBLYWOMAN GONZALEZ PROPOSES OVERTIME EQUALITY FOR FARMWORKERS, GAINS CLINTON ENDORSEMENT
03/08/2016
Austin 360: Austin honors César Chávez legacy | Cultura en Austin
03/08/2016
austin360: Austin honors César Chávez legacy
03/07/2016
Trivalley Central (AZ): Chavez honored, scholarships awarded at dinner
03/04/2016
Northern Star Online (IL): Latino Resource Center to honor Cesar Chavez with blood drive
03/04/2016
El Paisano: Farmworker Justice Awards honors those who are the voice for others
03/04/2016
Wisconsin Gazette: United Farm Workers backs Clinton
03/04/2016
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (CA): This week's Sonoma County events, March 6-13
03/03/2016
Think Progress: Farmworkers Forced To Go Back To Work After Being Exposed To Exposed to Pesticide
03/03/2016
Triple Pundit: Study: Pesticides Are Worse for Human Health When Combined
03/03/2016
Santa Barbara Independent (CA): Farmworkers Fight for Rights
03/03/2016
Latina: United Farm Workers Endorses Hillary Clinton
03/03/2016
Daily Caller: Largest Farm Workers Union Endorses Clinton
03/03/2016
Capital Press: UFW endorses Hillary Clinton in bid for White House
03/03/2016
mySanAntonio.com: Chávez march honors noble legacy
03/03/2016
Think Progress: Farmworkers Forced To Go Back To Work After Being Exposed To Pesticide
02/28/2016
Daily Kos: About that fresh fruit you love so much
02/25/2016
23 ABC (CA): 23 ABC Investigates: Labor and sex trafficking in Kern County fields
02/22/2016
Imperial Valley News (CA): Pesticide mixtures may increase health risks but are still unregulated by California
02/22/2016
VoiceofOC (CA): Correa Adds United Farm Workers to Already Thriving Supporter List