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Viva Cesar E. Chavez

Viva Cesar E. Chavez Many students are looking for role models to pattern their lives after in this complicated world. This site from the Cesar E. Chavez Institute in California contains significant information about this American hero. Students can read about his achievements and acquire
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Viva Cesar E. Chavez


Many students are looking for role models to pattern their lives after in this complicated world. This site from the Cesar E. Chavez Institute in California contains significant information about this American hero. Students can read about his achievements and acquire greater understanding about his life and vision. There are also audio clips from his speeches.

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