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Dolores Huerta

  • ... if you haven't forgiven yourself something, how can you forgive others?

    • Dolores Huerta,
    • in Barbara L. Baer, "Stopping Traffic: One Woman's Cause," The Progressive ()
  • How do I stop eleven million people from buying the grape?

    • Dolores Huerta,
    • in Barbara L. Baer, "Stopping Traffic: One Woman's Cause," The Progressive ()
  • That's the history of the world. His story is told, hers isn't.

    • Dolores Huerta,
    • in The Minneapolis Star Tribune ()
  • Every single day we sit down to eat, breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and at our table we have food that was planted, picked, or harvested by a farm worker. Why is it that the people who do the most sacred work in our nation are the most oppressed, the most exploited?

    • Dolores Huerta,
    • speech ()
  • Why is it that farmworkers feed the nation but they can't get food stamps?

    • Dolores Huerta,
    • in Ms. ()
  • Si se puede ¡ Si se puede ¡ Si se puede ¡

    • Dolores Huerta,
    • in Ms. ()
  • We criticize and separate ourselves from the process. We've got to jump right in there with both feet.

    • Dolores Huerta,
    • in Mario T. Garcia, A Dolores Huerta Reader ()
  • If we don't have workers organized into labor unions, we're in great peril of losing our democracy.

    • Dolores Huerta,
    • in Latinitas ()

Dolores Huerta, Chicano-U.S. activist, union organizer

(1930)

Full name: Dolores Fernandez Huerta.