UFW President Arturo Rodriguez celebrated his 60th birthday with family and friends Saturday, June 27th at his home in Keene, California. A contingent of San Diego friends and former co-workers attended to show their appreciation for his contributions to the betterment of farmworkers and the Chicano movement. Not pictured but also attending was Mo Jourdane, former California Rural Legal Assistance attorney credited with getting rid of the short-handed hoe and noted author of “The Struggle for the Health and Legal Protection of Farm Workers: El Cortito.”

UFW President Arturo Rodriguez celebrated his 60th birthday with family and friends Saturday, June 27th at his home in Keene, California. A contingent of San Diego friends and former co-workers attended to show their appreciation for his contributions to the betterment of farmworkers and the Chicano movement. Not pictured but also attending was Mo Jourdane, former California Rural Legal Assistance attorney credited with getting rid of the short-handed hoe and noted author of “The Struggle for the Health and Legal Protection of Farm Workers: El Cortito.”

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