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Cryptoquote Spoiler - 11/16/17

“If you haven’t forgiven yourself something, how can you forgive others?”   —   Dolores Huerta

(Give yourself a break.  You deserve it.  Let go of the guilt, and feelings of inadequacy.  20 more words


Dolores Huerta in El Paso

EL PASO, TX – Dolores Huerta hosted a conversation for the El Paso community after a viewing of a documentary of her live produced by Carlos Santana. 30 more words

Journalism 201

¡Sí, Se Puede!

Every year from September 15th to October 15th in the U.S. we celebrate the great influence of Hispanic and Latino heritage to North American culture during National Hispanic Heritage Month. 388 more words

Labor Rights

Women you should know: Dolores Huerta

Born in 1930, Dolores Huerta is a labor and civil rights activist, mother of 11 children, and Latina icon.

She co-founded the United Farm Workers Union along with César Chávez, brought women into the labor movement, and challenged sexism and racism. 219 more words


Day 3 of 3, Do Power Differently, 2017 Women & Power Retreat

The last day of the 2017 Women & Power Retreat by the Omega Women’s Leadership Center (OWLC) couldn’t have ended any better. I would estimate about 400 to 500 people attended from all over the USA and several other countries. 1,073 more words


Inspiring women on the silver screen: Dolores Huerta and Billie Jean King

On any given day I’m much more likely to be found reading a book than watching a movie. But tell me about a film featuring rad women in history, and I’m in. 233 more words


Si se puede, Dolores Huerta & Farm Workers Union

“I couldn’t tolerate seeing kids come to class hungry and needing shoes. I thought I could do more by organizing farm workers than by trying to teach their hungry children.” 312 more words