Librada Paz: Struggles of Farm workers in the U.S.

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This lesson is aligned with the Common Core Standards. Students will come to understand: the role migrant farm workers play in getting food from the fields to our plates; the history of farm workers rights in the United States; and the continuing struggle for farm worker justice in New York State.

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Lesson tags: 
Advanced Placement (AP)
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Creative Commons License: 
Attribution Non-commercial NoDerivative CC (BY-NC-ND)
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September 2017
I am unable to access the UN Student Resolution about migration. Can anyone provide a new link?
March 2013
I just met Librada this week in Albany, NY and could not wait to get home to look over the lesson. I am sharing it and look forward to my students learning about her and her fight for Justice for Farm Workers.I know my students will become interested in joining the fight for Farm Workers after learning about their struggles.