Lori Flores

professor of history at Stony Brook University, author of the book “Grounds for Dreaming: Mexican Americans, Mexican Immigrants, and the California Farmworker Movement”

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The United Farm Workers is struggling to grow its membership and gain attention from state lawmakers. What does its future look like?

United Farm Workers: The once politically powerful union is struggling

The United Farm Workers is struggling to grow its membership and gain attention from state lawmakers. What does its future look like?

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