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Dolores Huerta Calls Herself 'a Born-Again Feminist'

  • Aired: 05/30/2012
  • 07:43
  • Rating: E
In the 1960s, Dolores Huerta organized in the fields -- spearheading a national boycott of grapes and lettuce, and making decent pay and working conditions a reality for thousands of farmers. After receiving a Medal of Freedom Tuesday at the White House, Huerta spoke with Ray Suarez.
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