Farmworker Movement Documentation Project - Presented by the UC San Diego Library



Website Design Photos: LeRoy Chatfield, Mark Jonathan Harris, Nick Jones, John A. Kouns, Jon Lewis, Glen Pearcy, and Hub Segur.

Music Section: Alfredo Figueroa Family/Mark Day Productions – El Teatro Campesino/Farm Worker Press, Inc. – Terry Scott/Sand Flea Studios – Francisco Garcia/Sand Flea Studios – Los Voces Campesinos/UCLA – Lalo Guerrero – Miguel Francisco Barragan – Agustin Lira. Special Thanks: Jim Scott/Sand Flea Studios for recording restoration and studio production – Thomas Featherstone/Wayne State Cesar Chavez Archives for digital formatting – Abby Flores Rivera for lyric translations.

Oral History Section: Luis Valdez/Farm Worker Press, Inc. – Mark Jonathan Harris/Huelga – Commonwealth Club of San Francisco.

Photo Galleries: Mark Jonathan Harris, Jon Lewis, Nick Jones, John A. Kouns, Hub Segur, Carlos Legerrette, Mark Pitt, Gilbert Ortiz, and Yolanda Barrera.

Video Section: Mark Jonathan Harris/Huelga – Jon Lewis/Nosotros Venceremos.

Editor/ Discussion Archives: Jeff Sweetland.

Glossary of Farmworker Movement: LeRoy Chatfield.

Website Section Introductions: LeRoy Chatfield.

Essays Copy Editor: Clare Chatfield.

Essays Proofreader and Glossary Copy Editor: Kathleen Lawrence.

Website Design and Production: Snowolf Digital USA.

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Primary source accounts: photographs, oral histories, videos, essays and historical documents from the United Farm Worker Delano Grape Strikers and the UFW Volunteers who worked with Cesar Chavez to build his farmworker movement.

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