Cesar Chavez Non Violence

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“Non-violence is more powerful than violence” Cesar Chavez. Cesar Chavez was the first Mexican-American labor leader during the 20th century who wanted to fight for better working conditions for farmworkers and a better pay. Cesar Chavez was a great leader who put his parents and labors needs above his very own needs and strongly considered that there was a considerable change that needed to happen for migrant farmworkers. Chavez was born on March 31, 1927 in Yuma, Arizona. Before the Great Depression in 1937, Chavez’s parents owned a family farm, but during the Great Depression they lost their farm because they couldn’t pay taxes and became migrant farm workers. They worked in farmlands from Arizona to California. When Chavez saw the struggle
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