State Offices Closed In Observation Of Cesar Chavez DayState offices, including the Department of Motor Vehicles and Los Angeles Superior Courts, are closed Monday to observe Cesar Chavez Day.
Governor Brown Proclaims Monday As 'Cesar Chavez Day'"Cesar Chavez Day" in California coincides on what would have been Chavez' 86th birthday.
Cesar Chavez's Son Prepares For Release Of First Major Motion Picture About Civil Rights IconThe film, "Cesar Chavez", looks at a critical period in Chavez’s life, including the grape boycott, which he started to bring national attention to the deplorable working conditions of farm workers.
Obama Designates Cesar Chavez's Home Near Bakersfield As A National MonumentAfter leaving Los Angeles, President Barack Obama flew to Bakersfield to pay his respects to labor leader Cesar Chavez’s grave and designate his home as a national monument.
Volunteers Gear Up For Cesar E. Chavez Community Service WeekAngelenos are volunteering their time to remember a labor hero during the 11th annual Cesar E. Chavez Community Service Week.
Cesar Chavez's Brother, A Leader In Farmworker Movement, Dies At 82Richard Chavez, a leader in California's farmworker movement, has died at the age of 82.
California Republican Blasts Navy Plans To Name Ship After Cesar ChavezThe U.S. Navy's plan to name a cargo ship after the late farmworker activist Cesar Chavez received sharp criticism from a California Republican congressman who on Tuesday said the decision was unfair to military war heroes.
Photographer Documented Cesar Chavez And The Farm Worker MovementIn early 1981, photographer Victor Alemán began a working relationship with Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers, a collaboration that lasted 10 years. Laura Diaz interviews the photographer about his body of work.

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