Dolores Huerta

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WATCH: Trailer for New Doc Revisits Labor Leader Dolores Huerta's Successes, Struggles

PBS released the trailer for “Dolores”—a chronicle of Huerta’s life and activism from the 1960s through today—ahead of its broadcast debut.

Latino Celebs to GOP: 'There's No Coming Back From This'

Dolores Huerta, George Lopez, America Ferrera and more penned an open letter decrying xenophobic and divisive rhetoric from this year’s Republican presidential hopefuls.

Dolores Huerta Talks About Becoming an Organizer

At 84 years old, she’s spent the better part of 50 years working and supporting community organizers.

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The Neglected Heroines of 'César Chávez'

In a myriad of ways, it was women who built the farmworker movement around Chávez, sustained it, and continue to lead its modern incarnation.

Dolores Huerta Clarifies César Chávez's Views of Undocumented Immigrants

“A lot of the people in our organization were undocumented,” Huerta said.

Obama Awards Highest Honor to Toni Morrison, Dolores Huerta [Photos]

On Tuesday, President Barack Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom–the Nation’s highest civilian honor–to 13 individuals who have made meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the United States, to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors.