Outline Mexican-Americans since the 1910 Revolution Background of farm labor in California



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  • Question #3: “To what extent did radical change characterize the United States internationally, socially, technologically, economically and politically (ISTEP) from 1945 to the 1970s?”
  • Question: What was the nature of farm work? Why was it
  • difficult to organize an union?
  • Tonight you will declare if you are doing the Essential Question #3 essay as part of your original team, as part of a newly formed team, or by yourself as an individual. Please make your decision ahead of time.
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  • Question: What was the nature of farm work? Why was it
  • difficult to organize an union?
  • I RECOMMEND YOU START WRITING YOUR INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTION ESSAY NOW, MAKE ANY ADDITIONS OR REVISIONS. Writing two+ paragraphs a week while the information is fresh in your mind means you’ll be 85% finished before it’s due.
  • Team members: Individual essay contributions for EQ #3 due 11:59 pm, Thursday, November 22 (yes, it’s Thanksgiving, but it is midnight. Finish it FAR BEFORE and enjoy Turkey Day.)
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  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Question: What was the nature of farm work? Why was it
  • difficult to organize an union?
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Question: What was the nature of farm work? Why was it
  • difficult to organize an union?
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • 8 Questions
  • Cesar and his wife Helen went here for their honeymoon, staying in California.
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Outline
  • Mexican-Americans since
  • the 1910 Revolution
  • 2. Background of farm labor in California
  • 3. Chavez
  • 4. Migrant working conditions
  • 5. Results
  • 6. Summary
  • Question #3: “To what extent did radical change characterize the United States internationally, socially, technologically, economically and politically (ISTEP) from 1945 to the 1970s?”
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Outline
  • 1. Mexican-Americans since
  • the 1910 Revolution
  • 2. Background of farm labor in California
  • 3. Chavez
  • 4. Migrant working conditions
  • 5. Results
  • 6. Summary
  • Question #3: “To what extent did radical change characterize the United States internationally, socially, technologically, economically and politically (ISTEP) from 1945 to the 1970s?”
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Outline
  • 1. Mexican-Americans since
  • the 1910 Revolution
  • 2. Background of farm labor in California
  • 3. Huerta / Chavez
  • 4. Migrant working conditions
  • 5. Results
  • 6. Summary
  • Question #3: “To what extent did radical change characterize the United States internationally, socially, technologically, economically and politically (ISTEP) from 1945 to the 1970s?”
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “Don't be a marshmallow.
  • Walk the street with us
  • into history. Get off the
  • sidewalk. Stop being
  • vegetables. Work for
  • Justice. Viva the boycott!”
  • - Dolores Huerta
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Outline 3. Chavez
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • 8 Questions
  • Cesar and his wife Helen went here for their honeymoon, staying in California.
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Outline
  • 1. Mexican-Americans since
  • the 1910 Revolution
  • 2. Background of farm labor in California
  • 3. Chavez
  • 4. Migrant working conditions
  • 5. Results
  • 6. Summary
  • Question #3: “To what extent did radical change characterize the United States internationally, socially, technologically, economically and politically (ISTEP) from 1945 to the 1970s?”
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Outline
  • 1. Mexican-Americans since
  • the 1910 Revolution
  • 2. Background of farm labor in California
  • 3. Chavez
  • 4. Migrant working conditions
  • 5. Results
  • 6. Summary
  • Question #3: “To what extent did radical change characterize the United States internationally, socially, technologically, economically and politically (ISTEP) from 1945 to the 1970s?”
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • "Our struggle is not easy. Those who oppose our cause are rich and powerful and they have many allies in high places. We are poor. Our allies are few. But we have something the rich do not own. We have our bodies and spirits and the justice of our cause as our weapons.“ - Cesar Chavez
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Outline
  • 1. Mexican-Americans since
  • the 1910 Revolution
  • 2. Background of farm labor in California
  • 3. Huerta / Chavez
  • 4. Migrant working conditions
  • 5. Results
  • 6. Summary
  • Question #3: “To what extent did radical change characterize the United States internationally, socially, technologically, economically and politically (ISTEP) from 1945 to the 1970s?”
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Outline 5. Results
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKopB66ujuQ
  • No nos moveran - Baez
  • Struggle in the fields video
  • Question: What was the nature of farm work? Why was it
  • difficult to organize an union?
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzjMY9OKZDk&t=709s
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Outline
  • Mexican-Americans since
  • the 1910 Revolution
  • 2. Background of farm labor in California
  • 3. Chavez
  • 4. Migrant working conditions
  • 5. Results
  • 6. Summary
  • “La Causa”: the United Farm Workers
  • Question: What was the nature of farm work? Why was it
  • difficult to organize an union?


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