account
search
search

United Farm Workers leader Cesar Chavez launches campaign in San Jose to unite Hispanic voters

United Farm Workers leader Cesar Chavez launches campaign in San Jose to unite Hispanic voters
United Farm Workers leader Cesar Chavez launched a campaign in San Jose on September 26, 1984 to unite Hispanic voters against four “evil propositions” on the state ballot in the November election. The four propositions deal with bilingual ballots, welfare cuts, reapportionment, and the Howard-Jarvis initiative to close court imposed “loopholes” in proposition 13. (UPI Photo/Martin Jeong/Files)
License photo
Most Popular
Rookie police officer killed in Arizona
Elder Bush still in the hospital, to remain through the weekend
'Conan' YouTube channel passes 1 billion views
AirAsia airliner missing, search continues after suspension
Drew Carey to welcome Ethan Hawke, Alyssa Milano as 'Late Late Show' guests
x
Feedback