PERDIDA EN MANHATTAN

“If you want to remember me, organize!”
Today we celebrate César Chávez Day—an official holiday in ten states. To help spread the word about Cesar’s rich legacy, the UFW is kicking off an innovative new campaign through a “Donate your Status to César” Facebook App. They’ll be launching their campaign from their Facebookpage or you can go directly to the App.Throughout his life, César inspired millions of people – in the fields and in the cities—to commit themselves to the fight for social, economic, and civil rights. 
César knew as you and I do—there is still much to be done. The struggle for a contract with Giumarra (suppliers of most of the table grapes in America), injustice in the wrongful death of farm worker Maria Isavel Vasquez Jimenez, and the continuing legislative attacks on immigrants, unions and the poor remind us of the challenges we face this very moment.So today on César’s March 31st birthday, we’re remembering César the way he wished us to – by organizing.  Please help these folks get thousands of people to honor César E. Chávez via social media by going here. Through a few simple clicks and an optional comment you can help millions share César’s message of social justice. Sí Se Puede!

“If you want to remember me, organize!”

Today we celebrate César Chávez Day—an official holiday in ten states. To help spread the word about Cesar’s rich legacy, the UFW is kicking off an innovative new campaign through a “Donate your Status to César” Facebook App. They’ll be launching their campaign from their Facebookpage or you can go directly to the App.

Throughout his life, César inspired millions of people – in the fields and in the cities—to commit themselves to the fight for social, economic, and civil rights. 

César knew as you and I do—there is still much to be done. The struggle for a contract with Giumarra (suppliers of most of the table grapes in America), injustice in the wrongful death of farm worker Maria Isavel Vasquez Jimenez, and the continuing legislative attacks on immigrants, unions and the poor remind us of the challenges we face this very moment.

So today on César’s March 31st birthday, we’re remembering César the way he wished us to – by organizing.  
Please help these folks get thousands of people to honor César E. Chávez via social media by going here. Through a few simple clicks and an optional comment you can help millions share César’s message of social justice. 
Sí Se Puede!

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