Cesar Chezaz

Cesar a Mexican-American, was born in 1927 on a parent in Yuma, Arizona. His full name was Cesar Estrada Chavez. He began working on the farm when he was a small child. When he was 10 years old his parents lost the farm in the considerable Depression. Because of this his parrents became migratory farm workers in California simply earning close to a dollar a day to pick fruit.

        In the early 60s Cesar began organising a union for farm workers, but it was much than a union it was the La Causa. La Causa was a movement that gave wellbeing to the migrant workers. Durring this time he founded the theme Farm Workers Asociation. In 1966 he merged and became the UFWOC or the join Farm Workers Organization Committy. He organized and inspired Californias Mexican-American migrant workers.

         In 1965 the UFW joined the Pilipino grape pickers in their strike in San Joaquin Valley.It was the start of the 10 year La Huelga strike. 17 billion people stoped buying grapes when he called for a boycott in 1968. When it got violent Chavez went on a hunger strike that lasted 25 days. When he did this companies one by one gave in. By 1975 salary tripled, the UFW had over 50,000 members, and the governer started americas first bargaining right for farm workers.

Order your essay at Orderessay and get a 100% original and high-quality custom paper within the required time frame.

        Chavez was a very simple and selfless person. He dressed alone in a flannel shirt and a bridge of Levis. Out of the organization funds he paid himself only about 5 dollars a week. He was commited to nonviolence, even during the outbreaks from the strikes. He also felt it was courageous to sacrifice ourselves for others in unprovocative struggles for justice. He remained a spokesmen for migrant workers untill his death in 1993.

        I think Cesar...

If you want to get a full essay, effect it on our website: Orderessay

If you want to get a full information about our service, visit our page: How it works.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.