Cesar Chavez was born on March 31, 1927 in a small town near Yuma, Arizona. Chavez was one of the greatest civil rights activists of all times. He was a man who fought for freedom with the highest form of dignity and character. During his life time he helped many people and accomplished numerous contributions. His major desire was to execute civil rights for all farm workers and execute equal benefits for all immigrant workforces. One of his several contributions was joining the Community Service Organization in San Jose, CA during the year 1952. Ten years later in 1962, he founded his own association called National Farm Workers to fight for all labor workers’ rights. Several years later he advocated numerous hunger strikes in favor of all farm workers in which he ultimately succeed, gaining equal rights and benefits to all immigrant workers. After seeing how his parents struggle educating him and his siblings Chavez decided to devote his life to help others. He honored the rigid work done in farms and agricultures for the fact that his parents were agricultural laborers, by that means he lived to improve farm workers lives. Throughout his life Chavez dedicated much of his time supporting and helping lower class people improve their work conditions. He fought to give them the suitable benefits any other job would and he ultimately accomplished his most desired goal.
What motivated Chavez grow to be the man he was, was mainly the life he lived while growing up as a child. His parents where migrant farm workers who struggle economically and physically while working in the fields. They were by no means given the benefits or the rights they deserved as farm workers. Their pay was so little and they would work rigorously overtime with no rest given. Sometimes they wouldn’t even get paid for what they had worked during a whole day. Various times Chavez and his siblings would have little or food...
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