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The United Farm Workers (UFW) published the monthly magazine Food and Justice to keep its members and other interested parties up to date with issues important to the Farm Workers movement. The July 1987 issue featured a story on the current grape season and its related boycotts. Millie Moser Smith Papers. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

The United Farm Workers (UFW) published the monthly magazine Food and Justice to keep its members and other interested parties up to date with issues important to the Farm Workers movement. The July 1987 issue featured a story on the current grape season and its related boycotts. Millie Moser Smith Papers. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

This cartoon of "The Freshman" ran in the Daily Sundial, campus newspaper of San Fernando Valley State College (now CSUN), on September 15, 1964. It depicts the freshman as worn and weary from the travails of registration (by the sling and the "knarled hand"), trying to hard to fit in (the cigarettes), and not quite ready for it all (the apron strings). Happy first day of Fall 2014! CSUN University Digital Archives.

This cartoon of "The Freshman" ran in the Daily Sundial, campus newspaper of San Fernando Valley State College (now CSUN), on September 15, 1964. It depicts the freshman as worn and weary from the travails of registration (by the sling and the "knarled hand"), trying to hard to fit in (the cigarettes), and not quite ready for it all (the apron strings). Happy first day of Fall 2014! CSUN University Digital Archives.

Human Rights Watch  }  "A 15-year-old girl hoes cotton in Texas. Unauthorized migrant farmworker women and girls are exceptionally vulnerable to sexual abuse. Geographic isolation, language barriers, fear of deportation, and the desperate need for work make it very difficult for them to report abuse, much less get help."

Human Rights Watch } "A 15-year-old girl hoes cotton in Texas. Unauthorized migrant farmworker women and girls are exceptionally vulnerable to sexual abuse. Geographic isolation, language barriers, fear of deportation, and the desperate need for work make it very difficult for them to report abuse, much less get help."

Dolores Huerta and other members of the United Farm Workers, Julian Nava Collection.

Dolores Huerta and other members of the United Farm Workers, Julian Nava Collection.

This photo was taken at a rally of the United Anti-Nazi Conference outside the Los Angeles headquarters of the German American Bund. Police struggle to restrain the picketers. Visible signs read: "Inside -- a Nazi convention! Outside -- an American protest!" and "United Anti-Nazi Conference."  	Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles Collection.

This photo was taken at a rally of the United Anti-Nazi Conference outside the Los Angeles headquarters of the German American Bund. Police struggle to restrain the picketers. Visible signs read: "Inside -- a Nazi convention! Outside -- an American protest!" and "United Anti-Nazi Conference." Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles Collection.

hands courtesy of farmer Elizabeth - bushy tail farm, quote courtesy of author Michael Pollan

hands courtesy of farmer Elizabeth - bushy tail farm, quote courtesy of author Michael Pollan

california farm workers union | ... the United Farm Workers Union Delano, CA, US 1968 Photo Arthur Schatz

Farm Workers Union Delano, CA, US 1968

california farm workers union | ... the United Farm Workers Union Delano, CA, US 1968 Photo Arthur Schatz

General George S. Patton in Glendale with Lt. General James H. Doolittle and Mayor Albert C. Lane, June 10, 1945. Mayor Lane presents Patton with the Freedom of the City plaque. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

General George S. Patton in Glendale with Lt. General James H. Doolittle and Mayor Albert C. Lane, June 10, 1945. Mayor Lane presents Patton with the Freedom of the City plaque. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Child's Festival, Los Angeles, 1948. A group of interracial young girls from the Laura Slayton Youth Foundation. Laura Slayton was born in Johnson City, Tennessee in 1868. She received her early education in Emperia Kansas where she was the first African American girl to receive a high school diploma at the time.  Charles Williams Collection. Tom and Ethel Bradley Center.

Child's Festival, Los Angeles, 1948. A group of interracial young girls from the Laura Slayton Youth Foundation. Laura Slayton was born in Johnson City, Tennessee in 1868. She received her early education in Emperia Kansas where she was the first African American girl to receive a high school diploma at the time. Charles Williams Collection. Tom and Ethel Bradley Center.

California. (I like the perspective- possibilities with gradations in size and color.)  Bitter Harvest: LIFE With America’s Migrant Workers, 1959 | LIFE.com

Bitter Harvest: LIFE With America's Migrant Workers, 1959

California. (I like the perspective- possibilities with gradations in size and color.) Bitter Harvest: LIFE With America’s Migrant Workers, 1959 | LIFE.com

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