Mexican Americans

Woman on street holds sign showing farmworkers marching in black and white photo

50 years later, protesters re-enact a farmworker strike that is scarcely mentioned in the history books

The “melon strike” of 1966 paved the way for farmworkers in Texas — and Mexican Americans in general — to stand up for their rights. But many young people have never heard of it.

50 years later, protesters re-enact a farmworker strike that is scarcely mentioned in the history books
Marco Gutierrez has gotten a barrage of media attention since he appeared on CNN saying there would be "taco trucks on every corner" if Donald Trump didn't win the election.

What assimilation means to the 'taco trucks on every corner' Trump supporter

What assimilation means to the 'taco trucks on every corner' Trump supporter
A group of workers pose in a farm, wearing their work clothes. Top row standing, bottom row sitting. Black and white photo.

How Japanese and Mexican American farm workers formed an alliance that made history

How Japanese and Mexican American farm workers formed an alliance that made history