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A Hero of Our Time
Extensive Bibliography on Cesar E. Chavez
Awards Named After Cesar E. Chavez
Candlelight Vigil Honors Memory of Cesar E. Chavez
Library exhibit showcases C»sar Ch…vez's life and his many contributions to
the labor movement.
Cesar E. Chavez
Ilyitch N. Tabora and Dariely Rodriguez
Boston Latin School
on May 28, 1999