Delano Grape Strike
Lorraine Agtang, who participated in the 1965 Delano Grape Strike as a member of the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee, joined a panel discussion on the strike and its legacy, as well as the early days of the Farm Workers Movement.
People in this video
Curt Asher Interim Dean California State University, Bakersfield->Stiern (Walter W.) Library
Lorraine Agtang Activist
Todd Holmes Post-Doctoral Researcher Stanford University->Bill Lane Center for the American West
Dawn Bohulano Mabalon Associate Professor San Francisco State University->History Department
Mario Sifuentez Assistant Professor University of California, Merced->History Department
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