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United Farm Workers and sympathizers in Modesto to protest for workers rights from Gallo Winery
 
United Farm Workers and sympathizers in Modesto to protest for workers rights from Gallo Winery
United Farm Workers (UFW) President Cesar Chavez (L) promised to 15,000 supporters on March 1, 1975 in Modesto, CA, that the boycott of Gallo products would continue “for an eternity” unless secret representational elections are held for the winery’s workers. The issue is over representation either by the UFW or the Teamsters Union. Chavez is shown in the photo with his mother and supporters looking over the crow prior to his address. (UPI Photo/Files)
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