Proclamation of the Delano grape workers

August 2017
Proclamation of the Delano Grape Workers;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of a 1969 declaration in which migrant grape harvesters in Delano, California declared their intention to strike against their employer. Reasons for the strike; How the workers felt they were treated.


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