To March for Others

Through the relationships between the African American civil rights groups of the 1960s and 1970s and the United Farm Workers, a primarily Mexican American union, To March for Others examines the complexities of forming coalitions across racial, socioeconomic, and geographic divides in pursuit of justice and equality.

To March for Others
The Black Freedom Struggle and the United Farm Workers

Lauren Araiza

2013 | 264 pages | Cloth $39.95
American History | African-American/African Studies | Political Science
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Table of Contents

List of Abbreviations

Introduction
Chapter 1. This Is How a Movement Begins
Chapter 2. To Wage Our Own War of Liberation
Chapter 3. Consumers Who Understand Hunger and Joblessness
Chapter 4. More Mutual Respect than Ever in Our History
Chapter 5. A Natural Alliance of Poor People
Conclusion

Notes
Bibliography
Index
Acknowledgments