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    Cesar Millan Analysis

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    Dogs are our best friends. Would you really want to harm you friends? That’s what Cesars method insists on doing to our canine comrades. Mark Derr should be considered correct about his accusations about dog trainer Cesar Millan because his methods harm the dogs, fails to produce lasting results, and overall, is faked by Cesar Millan. Cesar’s method should be considered wrong because it inflicts emotional and physical harm on the dog. This is apparent when Mark Derr writes “...his confrontational methods include physical and psychological intimidation, like finger jabs, choke collars, extended sessions on a treadmill and what is called flooding, or overwhelming the animal with the thing it fears…” (Derr 603). This is obviously no way to treat an animal, let alone your pet. Years of mistreatment will lead to new, unprecedented medical problems within the dog. Stress is a major problem with dogs that are mistreated. Too much stress causes the dog to snap and cloak itself in a…

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    minimum wage, and at the same time be mistreated? Many farm workers across America lived and worked under unacceptable conditions during the twentieth century, they suffered from injustice. One of the most important hot topics in the second half of the twentieth century is the Civil Rights movements. In this research paper I will explain the significance of the United Farm Workers Association, the importance of their leader Cesar Chavez, and how it influenced people across the nation that…

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    Cesar Chavez Film Analysis

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    If I was the instructor and I could only assign one of these films to my students, I would choose Diego Luna’s 2014 film “Cesar Chavez.” I chose this film because Mexican American Civil Rights are underrated. It is a very important part in history that most instructors tend not to express as much or even skip the chapter. In high school, I remember learning about the Renaissance Era, Civil War, WWI and WWII, Cold War, African American Civil Rights, slavery, even wars in other countries that…

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    Labor union organizer and civil rights leader, Cesar Chavez, in his magazine article, describes the impact that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s philosophy of nonviolent resistance has on the Farm Workers’ Movement. Chavez’s purpose is to persuade the people to open their eyes and see that you can make a vast change in the world with no violence required. He adopts a patriotic tone in order to contrast to his readers the hypothesis of what would happen if we used violence to get justice versus using…

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    Cesar Chavez was like Martin Luther King, however, Cesar Chavez wanted to obtain more rights for farm workers in California. He was also similar to MLK because they both used non-violent ways to protest. Cesar Chavez organized the farm workers so that they can help him. He is still remembered today 50 years later. To begin with, he was born in Yuma, Arizona on March 31, 1927. He was one of 5 children and they all lived on a small farm. However, the Great Depression made the family poor because…

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    It was also difficult to recruit enough workers to commit to their cause. If you involved yourself in one of these strikes, you would risk the already limited opportunities. The bosses of the fields threatened to fire workers and even mentioned deportation. Many of the workers lived in fear and waited for someone to make a bold move, and that someone was César Chávez. César Chávez to the Mexican farm workers paralleled Martin Luther King Jr to the black community. Chávez was the leading force…

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    Have you ever felt like the conditions of working weren’t being fair? Ever felt like after doing all the work, it wasn’t as good to someone else? Cesar Estrada Chavez wanted to change that for all farm workers everywhere. Born in Yuma, Arizona, second child to parents Libardo and Juan Estrada Chavez. Both his parent worked in the fields that were over a 100 acres long. However, the chavez family lost its land, when the Great Depression came around. Like other people, they became of the migrant…

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    It's important to note that Cesar didn't go to law school, but it didn't limit him or stop him to do something significant such as fighting for the civil rights of farmworkers. After he had returned from WW II, he began to find a way to gain the support of others to change the unjust laws that approved in 1942 through the Braceros program. U.S passed this law during WW II to bring foreign workers into the United States because all Americans went to the war. Although, the Department of Justice…

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    Although grateful to have work, you feel disrespected. One of the most controversial issues in our complicated history was the mistreatment of fieldworkers. Many people have struggled in trying to fight in having the equality; however, Cesar Chavez and other brave farmworkers were willing to risk their lives and their jobs for better wages and respect for farmworkers. Cesar Chavez and The United Farmworkers Union…

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    large rising problems, and make the world a better place. In 1962, César Chávez was able to accomplish this by creating an organization that was prepared to fight for the farmworker’s rights. Cesar Chavez used to work as a migrant worker and he had a hard life, dropping out of schools and moving many times in his childhood. In order to help make the world a better place, César Chávez helped lead the organization, and create national awareness of the problems occurring for the farm workers. César…

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