Cesar Chavez inspiring movie that become the best inspired movie at 2014
The film, titled "Cesar Chavez" is a film that is told through the true story (based on a true story) about the story of the journey of a man named Cesar Chavez that chronicles the birth of the modern movement Americans led by civil rights famous leader and organizer workers, Cesar Chavez , With the split and splitting between liability duty as a husband and father and a commitment to bring dignity and justice to others, Chavez has embraced non-violence as he struggled greed and prejudice in his fight for the rights of farm workers. The journey is a testament to an incredible victory for the power of the individual person's ability to change the system. Directed by Diego Luna, "Chavez" tells about the birth of modern American movement, led by the famous board labor rights, Cesar Chavez. Sifting between his duties as a husband and father as well as a commitment to bring dignity and justice for others, Chavez fought without violence against greed and prejudice in its struggle to defend the rights of farm workers. Chavez successful trip is overwhelming evidence for the power of an individual to change the system.
Movement is done Cesar regarding civil rights, insistence on non-violence, reliance on volunteers from universities urban and religious organizations, the alliance with organized labor, and he used the techniques of mass mobilization as a parade renowned Sacramento in 1966 to bring the strike wine and consumer boycotts in the national consciousness. Boycott in particular is responsible for pressing farmers to recognize the UFW. The first contract was signed in 1966, but was followed by another year dispute. In 1968 Chavez fasted for twenty-five days to protest the escalating violence in union advocacy. Victory came at last on July 29, 1970, when twenty-six farmers Delano formally signed a contract acknowledging UFW peace and bring peace to the vineyards. Five years doing a very significant movement for the Latin workers whose life was miserable, make Cesar Chavez as a prominent and influential leader for issues of equality and social justice for minorities.