Hispanic Heritage Week 3: Latino Leaders Who Shaped the Labor Movement
American history education tends to describe the Latino population as a monolith, but they have long played a key role in advancing the causes of fairer wages and humane working conditions that has benefited people from all racial and ethnic groups. This week's Hispanic Heritage Month newsletter highlights the contributions of just some of the many Latinos who helped shape the labor movement: Cesar Chavez, Luisa Moreno, Emma Tenayuca, Dolores Huerta, and Santiago Iglesias Pantin.
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