Grandson of labor icon Cesar Chavez has a warning for America and its voting rights battle

Culture August 28, 2021
Grandson of labor icon Cesar Chavez has a warning for America and its voting rights battle

From CNN | US News by Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN

If Cesar Chavez were alive today, he'd be fighting for Latino voters but also African Americans and Asian Americans and members of the LGBTQ community -- anyone marginalized by efforts to curb voting rights and access to the polls, the labor hero's grandson says.

Alejandro Chavez will be in Phoenix, another city hosting flagship events. Those fighting for voting rights in Arizona will join congregants of Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, a predominantly Black church that will celebrate its centennial next year.

Photo Courtesy of March On for Voting Rights Arizona

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