Wikipedia contributors "Cesar Chavez" Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 5 January 2006. 6 January 2006.<http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cesar_Chavez&oldid=35570572>
This site provided us with background information on how hard growing up was for Cesar Chavez and we also learned about the struggles he had to overcome. It gave us a description of how hard it was to grow up coming from a less fortunate family.
Cesar E. Chavez Foundation "An American Hero" 6 January 2006 . <http://chavezfoundation.org/Default.aspx?pi=33>
This site provided us with a detailed account of Chavez’s life growing up. It also gave us information on the beginning stages of his movement. This site also contained a Time-line that helped us keep track of Chavez’s achievements.
Flores, Rick T. "Cesar Chavez" Cesar Chavez and the UFW.2004. 6 January 2006. <http://www.pbs.org/itvs/fightfields/cesarchavez.html>
This source provided a more in-depth look at the struggles that Cesar had to overcome and it gave certain examples that could be seen as signs that Chavez would become a civil rights activist. This site also had several pictures that showed Cesar growing up.
Flores, Rick T. "The United Farmworkers Union" Cesar Chavez and the UFW.2004. 6 January 2006. <http://www.pbs.org/itvs/fightfields/cesarchavez1.html>
This source provided us with more information on what Chavez did to make a change for the people who worked out in the fields. It talked about the movement and the steps taken in order to organize a more successful protest. This site also has several pictures showing the abused workers both planing and protesting.
ITVS "Time-line" The Fight in the Fields: Cesar Chavez and the Farmworker’s Struggle. 2003. 6 January 2006. <http://www.pbs.org/itvs/fightfields/timeline.html>
This source provided us with a very detailed timeline. The timeline breaks down events and achievements that took place with both Cesar Chavez and the UFW and Labor and Civil Rights. It also featured several pictures that showed the accomplishments and struggles they had to overcome.
Sahlman, Rachel "Cesar Chavez" SPECTRUM Home & School Magazine. 6 January 2006. <http://www.incwell.com/Biographies/Chavez.html>
This site pretty much summed up the life of Cesar Chavez and it gave a brief description of what he did and went through.
Hispanic Heritage "Cesar Chavez" Thomson Gale. 6 January 2006. <http://www.galegroup.com/free_resources/chh/bio/chavez_c.htm>
This page provided us with an in-depth look at the achievements of the UFW. It gave a more detailed account about the life of Cesar Chavez.
<http://members.tripod.com/~irish_7x4/images/chavez.jpg > This is an image of Cesar Chavez.
<http://incolor.inetnebr.com/kprice/cesarmalcr.gif> This is an image of Cesar Chavez speaking during one of the strikes.
<http://www.socialistaction.org/images/farmufw.jpg> A group of protestors following Cesar Chavez as he leads them in the strike.
<http://www.indybay.org/imcenter/cesar_ufw.jpg> This is a picture Chavez standing in front of the UFW flag. It was there symbol.
<http://www.ilkahartmann.com/members/jbrave/phototext.nsf/images/379F3C783FE53ED888256E0400013CA5/$FILE/w_Cesar_Chavez_1972.jpg> Chavez leading a non-violent protest.
<http://usinfo.state.gov/usa/images/chavez-140.jpg>This is a picture of a stamp that was made in order to remember Cesar Chavez and the change he made for all farm workers.
<http://www.americaslibrary.gov/assets/aa/chavez/aa_chavez_huelga_1_e.jpg> A group of woman who worked the fields. Victims of unfair and harsh treatment.
<http://www.favianna.com/images_dl/sticker_cesardolores.jpg> This is an image that commemorates two of the biggest civil rights activist of our time.