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Jerry Cohen/UFW Legal Department 1967-1980

UFW 1976 LEGAL DECLARATIONS: Need For Access To Organize Farmworkers

Jerry Cohen/UFW Legal Department Inventory

Jerry Cohen Legal Seminar: Good Faith Bargaining Under the ALRA

Tom Dalzell: ALRA Workshop for UFW Organizers

El Malcriado

Bill Esher, first editor of El Malcriado, listens to Manuel Chavez.  Delano 1966
Bill Esher, first editor of El Malcriado, listens to Manuel Chavez. Delano 1966


Introduction by LeRoy Chatfield 2008

Origins of El Malcriado by Doug Adair & Bill Esher Rampujan 2009
El Malcriado 1965-1966 – Bill Esher, Editor
El Malcriado Texas Edition 1967 – Doug Adair & Alfredo de Avila, Editors
El Malcriado 1966-1967 – Doug Adair & Daniel de los Reyes & Marcia Brooks, Editors
El Malcriado 1968-1970 – David Fishlow, Doug Adair, Mark Day, Editors
El Malcriado 1964-1970 – Analysis

1965

1966

1967

1968

1968 Spanish

1969

1970

1971

1972

1972 Spanish

1973

1974

1975

1975 El Malcriado Flyers

1976

1984 – 1989

Food and Justice / UFW Magazine

1984-1988

1989-1996

Dick Meister Labor Writer Archive

UFW: News – Commentary – Analysis 1965 – 2008

Dick Meister Introduction 2008

1965-1970

1971-1975

1976-2009

SNCC Movement Newspaper

Introduction by LeRoy Chatfield 2008
Introduction to THE MOVEMENT by Terence Cannon & Joseph A. Blum
Terence Cannon Discusses SNCC Publications

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

NY Times UFW Archive

1965 – 1969

1970 – 1974

1975 – 1979

1980 – 1984

1985 – 1993

1994 – 2005

FBI – Cesar Chavez & United Farm Workers et al

Introduction by LeRoy Chatfield

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Primary source accounts: photographs, oral histories, videos, essays and historical documents from the United Farm Worker Delano Grape Strikers and the UFW Volunteers who worked with Cesar Chavez to build his farmworker movement.

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