Cesar Chavez's Rights

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Cesar Chavez was a Mexican-American who was born in Yuma Arizona in 1927. His parents were immigrants from Mexico, so that lead to constant migrating for work. Chavez experienced the hardship of agriculture work and the harsh conditions that came along with it at an early age, he then would spend a majority of his life advocating the rights field workers should be guaranteed. Cesar Chavez stood up for the many people who did not have a voice, his constant strive for the better conditions of people resulted in field workers being granted accessible resources and a time to rest such as accessible restrooms, drinking water, and two breaks and a thirty-minute lunch time. Without the help of the many volunteers Chavez could not have done this
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