United Farm Workers ¡Si, Se Puede!®
“We don’t need perfect political systems; we need perfect participation.” - Cesar Chavez
History of Si Se Puede
He Showed Us The Way, by Cesar Chavez – April 1978, Maryknoll Magazine
Cesar Chavez Action and Information Center
UFW Successes Through the Years
The Rise of the UFW
The Story of Cesar Chavez
When Mexicans and Filipinos joined together
El Malcriado Special Edition: Stories from the 1965 -1970 Delano Grape Strike
Tour of the “Forty Acres”: Where Giants Walked (English & Spanish)
Cesar Chavez Bibliography
Education of the Heart: Cesar Chavez in his own words
Cesar Chavez’s first major address after his 36-day 1988 fast over the pesticide poisoning of farm workers.
Cesar Chavez’s Eulogy for Rufino Contreras: February 14, 1979 Calexico CA
Cesar Chavez laid out his vision for farm workers and Latinos in 1984 Commonwealth Club address
‘This Tragedy Happened Because of Greed’ Farm workers: UFW’s founder spoke to the same issues 25 years ago as were raised by a 1999 van accident that killed 13.
Chavez, Steinbeck: The ties that bind. By UFW Spokesman–and longtime Cesar Chavez press secretary Marc Grossman.
Sampling of Historical Sites at the Forty Acres and Delano
UFW’s Archive: Walter Reuther Labor Library, Wayne State University
Dolores Huerta Biography
Delano Grape Strike
1966 Starr County Farm Workers Strike and March commemorations