Students follow legacy of late farm labor leader
Monday, September 6, 2010 at 12:35 a.m. KEENE, Calif. - In the dusty foothills east of Bakersfield, college students and community organizers are taking the values and words of farm labor leader Cesar E. Chavez and applying them to helping students in low income areas throughout the Southwest.
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#1 Sep 6, 2010
Good start!! All these students should join the Army and go to war like Cesar did.
I salute you Cesar for your service to our Country.
#2 Sep 7, 2010
He and his wife Delores Huerta spawned ELEVEN offspring!!
That's irresponsible even by Mexican standards.
#3 Sep 7, 2010
Typical for a farm family, they are usually large. The more kids to work the land, the easier it is for all.
If several of the kids are lost for any reason there are spares.
Cold but true.
#4 Sep 7, 2010
Also selfish & stupid.
It's not as though all but 2 of these huge spawnings die.
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