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CÉSAR CHÁVEZ REMEMBERED. On the eve of César Chávez Day, this edition delves into the Radio Bilingüe archives to bring back the voice of the founder of the United Farm Workers. The recordings, originally taped in California's San Joaquin Valley in the 1980s, include a call for a new grape boycott and a speech where the late labor leader addresses racism in schools.
Guest: César Chávez, Co-Founder, United Farm Workers, Delano, CA (pretaped speeches from Radio Bilingüe archives).