1. Adams , Jon P. AFL-CIO Organizers Go After Farm Labor. Business Week. (September 24, 1960)
  2. Allen, Steve. Migrant Workers in Your Sate: They Must Work Dirt Cheap? Coronet (March 1967)
  3. Ball, Charles E. Farm Labor: What You Can Expect From Union Organizers. Farm Journal (May 1972)
  4. Black, Roes C. The Black Eagle Wins. Time (August 10, 1970)
  5. Buckley, William F. Jr. The Chavez machine. National Review (August 10, 1971)
  6. Chavez, Cesar. Letter from Delano. Pain and Promise : the Chicano Today. Edited by Edward Simmen. New York: New American Library, 1972, p.29-32.
  7. Chavez, Cesar. Marcher. New Yorker (Ma 17, 1967)
  8. Chavez, Cesar. Nonviolence Still Works. Look (April 1, 1969)
  9. Chavez, Cesar and Rustin Bayard. Right to Work Laws: A Trap for America's Minorities. New York: Philip Randolph Institute, Undated.
  10. Coles, Robert. Migrant Sharecroppers, Mountainers. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1971
  11. Collins, David. Farmworker's Friend: The Story of Cesar Chavez. Minneapolis: Carolhoda Books, Inc., 1996
  12. Davis, Lucile. Cesar Chavez: A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucille Davis. Minnesota: Bridgestone Books, 1998
  13. Day, Mark. Forty Acres: Cesar Chavez and the Farm Workers. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1971
  14. Dunne, John Gregory. Delano: The Story of the California Grape Strike. New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1967
  15. Dunning, Harold. Trade Unions and Migrant Workers: A Worker's Educational Guide. Washington: Inetrnational Labour Office, 1985
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  1. Juan Gabriel. [Compact Disc]. A Mi Gutarra: De Sol a Sol. Mexico: RCA Records, 1975. Opening Song. Lyrics: Sembrando la tierra de sol a sol. Translation: Working the fields from day to day.
  2. Cesar Chavez. [Cassette recording]. St. Paul: Minnesota Public Radio, 1973.
  3. Cesar Chavez. [Video recording]. Bala Cynwyd, PA: Schlessinger Video Productions, 1995. [VHS].
  4. Cesar Chavez at City College of New York. [Cassette recording]. New York: Pacifica Programs, 1968.
  5. James Covarrubias, Executive producer. Cesar Chavez de Arizona. [Videorecording] Ariztlan, Inc., Ariztlan, Arizona, 1993.
  6. United Farm Workers of America. Cesar Chavez: Celebration of Life. [Videorecording]. Leon Corcos Enterprises, 1994
  7. ¡Chicano!: The History of the Mexican American Farm Movement. [Videorecording]. Galan Productions, Inc. and the National Latino Communications Center in association with KCET, 1996
  8. Common Man Uncommon Vision. [1 videocassette]. Produced by ZGS Communications, Arlington, VA., 1995.
  9. The Farm Workers Fight On. New York: Encyclopedia Americana/CBS News Audio Resource Library, 1979.
  10. The Fight in the Fields. [Videocassette]. Ray Telles and Rick Tejada-Flores Paradigm Productions Inc., 1997
  11. Fighting For Our Lives: The United Farm Workers´ 1973 Grape Strike. Keene, CA: National Farm Workers Service Center, 1974.

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