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Farm labor : 21st century issues and challenges
Call Number: A&T Stks HD1525 .F292 2008
ISBN: 1604560053

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César Chávez, the Catholic bishops, and the farmworkers' struggle for social justice
Call Number: A&T Stks HD6509.C48 P76 2006
ISBN: 9780816525553

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The tribe of Black Ulysses : African American lumber workers in the Jim Crow south
Call Number: Blk Studies E185.92 J66 2005
ISBN: 0252072294

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