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  • Description: Signs
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    • Farm worker protest, 1970 or 1971

    • 1969-1972
    • Farm worker protest in Toppenish, Washington. The sign in the front reads ""May Cops Pay for Racist Murder"" Other signs read ""Chicano Power Now"", ""Chicanos for Peace"", ""Viva Los Chicanos"" (Life to Mexican Americans), and ""Valley State...
    • Farm Worker Union Meeting, 1972

    • 1972
    • People, some playing instruments, on the back of a flatbed truck at the Farm Workers Union Meeting in Sunnyside, Washington in 1972. Signs say ""Venceremos (""We Will Win"")"" and ""Viva la Revolucion (""The Revolution lives"").""
    • Picketing at UW, 1968

    • 1968
    • People picketing at University of Washington in the spring or fall of 1968. Signs read ""UMAS"", ""Por Mi Raza Hablara el Espiritu (By my race the spirit would speak)""; ""UMAS, United Mexican American Students"", and ""Does the University have a...
    • Picketing at UW, 1968

    • 1968
    • People picketing at University of Washington in the spring or fall of 1968. Signs read ""Free food in Ballroom! Boycott hub food facilities"", ""Welcome to Yakima Valley"", ""UMAS, Por Mi Raza Hablara el Espiritu (By my race the spirit would...

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