HD6509 .C48 F472 2007 DVD
This historical documentary tells the story of Cesar Chavez, the charismatic founder of the United Farmworkers Union, and the movement that he inspired – one that touched the hearts of millions of Americans with the grape and lettuce boycotts, a nonviolent movement that confronted conservative politicians like Ronald Reagan and the powerful Teamsters Union. This chapter of American history recounts an inspiring story hope and courage against overwhelming odds, a story of poor people taking control of their lives. The video is time-coded for easy reference to specific historical events.
Narrator: Henry Darrow.
Distributed by Cinema Guild (www.cinemaguild.com).
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