Back in the day…the United Farm Workers led various boycotts—against Gallo wine, against table grapes, against head lettuce, against supermarket chains, depending on various struggles for union contracts in the fields. This sign from about 1974, probably from the cafeteria at West Valley College in Saratoga, California, showed the kind of solidarity that once existed between a community and the people who harvest our fruits and vegetables. As we used to say, “Que viva la lucha! Que viva la huelga!”
(y que pasa hoy?)

Back in the day…the United Farm Workers led various boycotts—against Gallo wine, against table grapes, against head lettuce, against supermarket chains, depending on various struggles for union contracts in the fields. This sign from about 1974, probably from the cafeteria at West Valley College in Saratoga, California, showed the kind of solidarity that once existed between a community and the people who harvest our fruits and vegetables. As we used to say, “Que viva la lucha! Que viva la huelga!”

(y que pasa hoy?)