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Lakeshore Records 11/17/2017 Download
Documentary Film release: 2017

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# Track   Duration
1.My Calling1:31
2.Slavery and Serfdom2:40
3.March to Sacramento1:21
4.Poor by Choice3:54
5.Nineteen Fifty-Nine1:31
6.Dolores’ Legacy1:54
7.A Day in the Life of Dolores3:11
8.Robert Kennedy3:02
9.Death of the Future2:02
10.Police Attack Dolores1:30
11.El Privilegio De Despedirse2:52
12.Si Se Puede4:35
13.The Right of a Woman2:39
14.Fred Ross2:30
15.Forced Family Time3:07
17.Grape Boycott1:41
18.Her Most Important Child4:04
19.Serfs Rising Up1:36
20.I Could Never Be an American1:34
21.Revolution Starts with Self Love2:02
22.Cesar Chavez Dead1:56
23.Lifelong Activist3:20
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Added on Friday, November 10, 2017  


Dolores is the documentary of Dolores Huerta, among the most important, yet least known, activists in American history. In the 1950's, this working-class wife and mother of eleven children helps to establish the first farm workers unions alongside Cesar Chavez. From the tireless fight for racial and labor justice, Huerta, one of the most defiant feminists of the twentieth century, develops a platform for feminism and gender equality. Although her enormous contributions have gone largely unrecognized, Huerta continues the fight to this day, at age 87.
With intimate and unprecedented access, Dolores directed by Peter Bratt, delves into the raw, personal stakes involved in committing one’s life to social change. The film documents Huerta’s fight against economic poverty, harassment, racism, physical and even sexual abuse of the farm workers, while facing the personal attacks of her enemies and the macho temperament of her allies. Like her namesake, Dolores is a smiling steamroller of a film with a soundtrack to match.


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