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Milwaukee Grape Boycott Panel

Milwaukee Grape Boycott Panel | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
John Schmitt, AFL CIO president; Manuel Salas, labor contractor for Libby, McNeil and Libby; Cesar Chavez and Eliseo Medina sit together on a panel in Milwaukee speaking about the grape boycott. The table has numerous microphones and has a banner hanging on it that reads in part "Grapes." An American flag and an Farm Workers AFL-CIO flag are hanging in the background. <p></p>Panel del boicot de uvas en Milwaukee <p></p>John Schmitt, presidente de AFL CIO; Manuel Salas, contratante laboral para Libby, McNeil & Libby; Cesar Chávez y Eliseo Medina sentados durante un panel en Milwaukee para hablar acerca del boicot de uva. La mesas tienen micrófonos numerosos y un estandarte colgando que en parte se lee la palabra "Uvas" ("Grapes"). Una bandera americana y una bandera de Farm Workers AFL-CIO se pueden ver colgando en el fondo.
DESCRIPTION
John Schmitt, AFL CIO president; Manuel Salas, labor contractor for Libby, McNeil and Libby; Cesar Chavez and Eliseo Medina sit together on a panel in Milwaukee speaking about the grape boycott. The table has numerous microphones and has a banner hanging on it that reads in part "Grapes." An American flag and an Farm Workers AFL-CIO flag are hanging in the background.

Panel del boicot de uvas en Milwaukee

John Schmitt, presidente de AFL CIO; Manuel Salas, contratante laboral para Libby, McNeil & Libby; Cesar Chávez y Eliseo Medina sentados durante un panel en Milwaukee para hablar acerca del boicot de uva. La mesas tienen micrófonos numerosos y un estandarte colgando que en parte se lee la palabra "Uvas" ("Grapes"). Una bandera americana y una bandera de Farm Workers AFL-CIO se pueden ver colgando en el fondo.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:86899
Creation Date: 1969
Creator Name:Giffey, David
City:Milwaukee
County:Milwaukee
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:South Madison oral history project and migrant farmworker photographs, 1966-1971, 1999-2000
Genre:Photograph
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SUBJECTS
Unions (labor)
Organizations
Clothing and dress
Suits (Clothing)
Public speaking
Hispanic Americans
Indoor photography
Men
Moustache
Flags
Banners
Microphones
Migrant labor

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