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Comment minimized the life of civil rights leader (access required)

The Arizona Capitol Times made a mistake last week that caused confusion for many readers and minimized the life work of a tireless leader of the labor movement. A story that referred to Dolores Huerta should have contained a fairer and more accurate description of her work as a community organizer who has spent decades fighting ...


  1. The irony is that if H2281 were in effect, the state superintendent who uttered these words would have already lost his job… not simply for his ignorant comments against Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez, but for mounting a relentless campaign against the teaching of raza Studies — a most exemplary program that at its core, teaches that we are all one — that we are all uman beings who deserved to be treated as such. Again, what irony.

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