ULV analyzes Dolores Huerta documentary amid Season for Nonviolence

Christian Bracho, associate professor and director of teacher education, talks about the documentary “Dolores,” at the penultimate session of the Season For Nonviolence series on Wednesday via Zoom. “Dolores” follows the life and career of Dolores Huerta, who co-founded the United Farm Workers. After the film, participants held a discussion on their takeaways from the documentary. / screenshot by Armida Carranza
Christian Bracho, associate professor and director of teacher education, talks about the documentary “Dolores,” at the penultimate session of the Season For Nonviolence series on Wednesday via Zoom. “Dolores” follows the life and career of Dolores Huerta, who co-founded the United Farm Workers. After the film, participants held a discussion on their takeaways from the documentary. / screenshot by Armida Carranza

Armida Carranza, a junior photography major and psychology minor, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times.

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