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Esperanza Rising Project

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Aguascalientes, Mexico 1924
6 year old Esperanza Ortega and Papi walk through the vineyard in attempt to hear "The Heart Of The Valley"
Los Higos
Figs
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Agricultural Industry-the science or practice of farming, including cultivation of the soil for the growing of crops and the rearing of animals to provide food, wool, and other products.
Immunizations, child- A vaccine which prevents a diseases
Hypertension-Abnormally high blood pressure.
Restorative Services dental-Dentistry includes dentures, bridges, implants, fillings and root canal therapy. Each of these restorative services helps restore a lost or damaged tooth due to dental disease or injury. Restoring the function of the teeth allows speech, swallowing and chewing to be restored.
PAP test-A test to detect cancer of the cervix or uterus, using a specimen of cellular material from the neck of the uterus spread on a microscope slide






Glossary

Diagnosis/ Exam Number of Visits for Diagnosis
Oral exam, dental 195,922
Diabetes 177,639
Health Supervision of Infant or Children (0-11) 168,766
Immunizations, child 166,767
Hypertension 140,255
Restorative Services, dental 116,024
Seasonal Flu Vaccine 105,310
Fluride Treatment, Dental 90,604 Pap Test 79,059

Health

Farmworkers in the United States have an average age of 36.
*76 percent are over 25 years old
*13 percent are between 18 and 21
*9 percent are between 22 and 24
*3 percent are between 14 and 17
The average level of completed education was 8th grade.
*40 percent had completed grades 1 to 6
* 17 percent completed grades 7 to 9
*28 percent had completed grades 10 to 12
*9 percent attained some form of higher education

Average Ages/Education

It is estimated that there are over 3 million migrant and seasonal farmworkers in the United States.These farmworkers travel throughout the U.S. serving as the backbone for a multi-billion dollar agricultural industry.Within the population, 42% have been identified as migrating, while 58% are seasonal agricultural workers. The majority (72%) of all farmworkers were foreign born. 68 percent of all farmworkers were born in Mexico 45 percent were from the traditional sending states of west central Mexico, including Guanajuato, Jalisco and Michoacán 20 percent of farmworkers were from the non-traditional sending states of southern Mexico, including Guerrero, Oaxaca, Chiapas, Puebla, Morelos and Veracruz 3 percent of farmworkers were born in Central American countries 1 percent of farmworkers was born elsewhere Seventy-eight percent (78%) of crop workers were male and 22% were female. The following was noted for English speaking ability:
*35 percent said they could not speak English “at all”
*30 percent said they could speak English “well”
*27 percent said they could speak English “a little”
*8 percent said they could speak English “somewhat”

Migrant Workers

César E. Chávez was a good man who dedicated his life to helping others. Life changed for César when he met a man named Fred Ross. Fred Ross hired César to work for him in the Community Service Organization. César, Fred Ross, and the Community Service Organization helped people in the community learn how to vote. They also taught people that community leaders respected voters. Community leaders worked harder to solve the problems of voters. César worked in many communities in California to help people gain the respect they deserved.After helping many people gain the respect of community leaders, César left the Community Service Organization to help farm workers gain the respect and dignity they deserved. César started the National Farm Worker Association to help improve the working conditions of farm workers. African Americans, Filipinos, white Americans, Mexican Americans and Mexicans, and men and women of all backgrounds joined César.César worked hard. He suffered and sacrificed ALOT.After five years, some growers in California agreed with César and started to provide farm workers with fresh water to drink, bathrooms, and better pay. César, the farm workers, and their friends won, making farm worker’s lives better.

Cesar chavez

César E. Chávez was a good man who dedicated his life to helping others. Life changed for César when he met a man named Fred Ross. Fred Ross believed that if people worked together they could make their community better. Fred Ross hired César to work for him in the Community Service Organization. César, Fred Ross, and the Community Service Organization helped people in the community learn how to vote. They also taught people that community leaders respected voters. Community leaders worked harder to solve the problems of voters. César worked in many communities in California to help people gain the respect they deserved.After helping many people gain the respect of community leaders, César left the Community Service Organization to help farm workers gain the respect and dignity they deserved. César started the National Farm Worker Association to help improve the working conditions of farm workers. African Americans, Filipinos, white Americans, Mexican Americans and Mexicans, and men and women of all backgrounds joined César.César worked hard. He suffered and sacrificed a lot to make farm workers’ lives better After five years, some growers in California agreed with César and started to provide farm workers with fresh water to drink, bathrooms, and better pay. César, the farm workers, and their friends won, making farm worker’s lives better.

What is a migrant worker?
A migrant worker is a person who moves from a place to another to work and get money.
In this case, Esperanza and her mother move from Mexico to America to work as a migrant worker.



Migrant Workers

By: Anna Clara M. Transferred by: Christian M.
In The 1950’s

Migrant Workers

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