Chronicling the birth of a modern American movement, Cesar Chavez tells the story of the famed civil rights leader and labor organizer torn between his duties as a husband and father and his commitment to securing a living wage for farm workers. Passionate but soft-spoken, Chavez embraced non-violence as he battled greed and prejudice in his struggle to bring dignity to people. Chavez inspired millions of Americans from all walks of life who never worked on a farm to fight for social justice. His triumphant journey is a remarkable testament to the power of one individual's ability to change the world.Written by
Cesar mentions Selma, in 1965 Martin Luther King Jr. who also did peaceful protest for black civil rights, Selma is also a town in Central California near Hanford and Lemoore See more »
Come out with this er... this newspaper. Got this beaner character in there named Don Sotaco. There he is... kind of funny.
Well, it's a cartoon, but I'm not sure it's funny.
Who cares? Most of our workers are illiterate.
Yeah, but you can understand a cartoon without being able to read. So this Don Sotaco... he informs the workers about their rights. And this is what... a weekly?
Thank God it isn't a daily... although 52 weeks a year, that is a lot of rights, Sheriff.
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Sólo le pido a Dios
Performed by Julión Álvarez and La Marisoul
Produced by Ulises Lozano
Mixed by Alberto Lizárraga
Written by Raúl Alberto Antonio Gieco
Published by Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de México S. de G.C. de I.P. (SACM)
Julión Álvarez and La Marisoul appear courtesy of Universal Music Latino See more »
Great Movie, Inspirational, Educational, Entertaining
The Cesar Chavez movie is a great film. It is very inspirational as it explores the hardships and triumphs of organizing those who are most underrepresented in out nation. This movie is not only entertaining, but a very important educational piece of our nation's history and our world history. The movie keeps you interested with drama, moments that make you smile, moments of sadness, moments that keep you wanting to know what happens next, and moments that make you want to go out and organize for peace, equality, and social justice. This film is a great tool to be used for students to learn about Cesar Chavez, for families to understand who picks the food on their table, and for people around the world who want to make this world a better place.
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