Cesar Chavez Commonweath Club Address To Farm Workers

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Cesar Chavez gave Hispanics many rights, and benefits. Cesar Chavez was a symbol for farm workers everywhere. He founded the UFW, and spoke about all the accomplishments the union had in his Commonweath Club Address. Chavez got farm workers better working conditions, and gave all Hispanics hope which made the farm workers able to rise in the social ladder. The union gave farm workers many benefits like better working conditions, and hope. The UFW didn't only benefit farm workers, but Hispanics all over by giving them pride and hope. "The farm workers gave them hope"(P12). Farm workers had hope for there future as farm workers because of the union. The UFW fought so farm workers had equal chances, and opportunities for employment. "Overcoming

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