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Film examines Dolores Huerta from jazz to 'Si, Se Puede'
Dolores Huerta, the social activist who formed the first farmworkers union with Cesar Chavez and whose "Si, Se Puede" chant inspired Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign slogan, is the subject of a new PBS documentary
Erratic Chicano writer who vanished focus of new documentary
Oscar Zeta Acosta, a radical and volatile Mexican-American writer who was a sidekick to journalist Hunter S. Thompson and went missing in 1974, is the focus on a new PBS documentary
Archive of Studs Terkel radio shows to be released to public
More than 5,600 of Studs Terkel's radio interview programs on the Chicago station WFMT will be released to the public. The Studs Terkel Radio Archive will launch May 16, the 106th birthday of the late author, activist and oral historian. Terkel died in 2008 at age 96. The archive will be available
CNN takes a historical look at the Kennedy family
CNN debuts a six-part series on the Kennedy family, part of its focus on historical programming for its original series
Chartered bus overturns on freeway, injuring 29
A chartered bus overturned Friday night in San Francisco injuring 29 passengers, four of them seriously, officials said. The accident took place shortly after 8 p.m. on Highway 101 Southbound near Cesar Chavez Street in San Francisco, forcing the closure of three southbound lanes and a traffic
Celebrating America's National Parks
ABC New's Liz Stark takes you on a tour of the National Museum of Natural History's latest exhibit "100 Years of America's National Park Service: Preserve, Enjoy, Inspire.", celebrating the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.
Timeline: How one student started a protest, stopped a football team and rocked Missouri
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- He penned his will on an autumn day, his 25-year-old life summed up by his three most coveted possessions. Jonathan Butler had a laptop, a stack of books and a backpack. He bequeathed each of the items to his friends. Butler had spent more than a quarter of his life as a student at
Stars of 'Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' Now and Then
They don't just play best friends on screen. The stars of the much beloved "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" are close pals in real life too. The foursome, America Ferrera, Amber Tamblyn, Blake Lively and Alexis Bledel, who appeared together on the big screen in the 2005 film and 2008 sequel,
The 'No Sizzle' Politician: Why Tom Vilsack Fizzled as a Presidential Hopeful
The Secretary of Agriculture on 2016, why immigration reform is critical to the food supply and the changing face of the American farm.
Migrant Workers Struggle for Change
saved, thanks to a share. Mara schiavocampo, ABC news, new York. Sflmplts a very personal report from someone you have seen on ABC's new John quinonesa champion of migrant workers 50 years ago, tonight, 3 million migrant workers are still here in the United States and hoping for change. And John