Remembering the Delano Grape Strike, and the Filipinos Who Started It All: Forum | KQED Public Media for Northern CA — Fifty years ago this week, Filipino grape pickers in the Central Valley walked off the fields to protest low wages and poor working conditions. Shortly thereafter, Cesar Chavez and 1,200 Mexican laborers joined their ranks. The strike represented a monumental shift in labor politics, largely because Filipino and Mexican workers united — something previously unheard of. We look back at the Delano Grape Strike of 1965, the key role Filipino workers played in the protest and how it laid the groundwork for the United Farm Workers.
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3 Ways to Plan for Diverse Learners: What Teachers Do | Edutopia –Teachers aiming to differentiate learning in their classroom can focus on content, process, and product in giving students opportunities to grow and shine as individuals.
tk: I recommend English and Language teachers check out “Save the Last Word” (PDF), mentioned in this article.
(Because why not post in Spanish?)
A good gift idea for your younger siblings/cousins. Or for me. 🙂
La escritora argentina Nadia Fink plasma la historia de la compositora nacional en el segundo tomo de esta innovadora franquicia. El primer libro fue protagonizado por Frida Kahlo.