Bernadette Herrera of Migrante Northern California talks about the current plight of Filipino migrant workers and how we as a community can draw inspiration from the Delano manongs and their contributions to the farm labor movement as we continue to fight for migrants and workers rights.
NAFCON President Terry Valen speaks on a panel on the legacy of the Delano Grape Strike, how it is connected to current day struggles for workers rights, and why we need to continue to organize our communities.
Sept. 8 is a historic day in Filipino American history. On this day exactly 50 years ago, Filipino farm workers walked off the fields to protest poor working conditions. Steve Angeles tells us how the events in Delano put Filipinos in the forefront of a civil rights movement.