NBC Latino interviews Dolores Huerta to talk about the power slogan of “Si Se Puede.” She delivers power messages for Latino communities about the needed organization to carry forth such wanted outcome of an immigration reform.
She targets the young community who are looking to empower and help their communities. “Si Se Puede” was used to campaign by President Barack Obama as “Yes We Can.” Huerta continues to be the legendary civil right activist who accompanied Cesar Chavez.
She helped advise the upcoming film narrating the life and struggle of Cesar Chaves’ to right for civil rights of migrant workers. Film to reach U.S. theaters in the the Spring of 2014.
Huerta capitalizes on letting everyone that they are all full of power but it takes working together reach a unified goal. Because in the end “Si Se Puede.”
J. Diego Zarazua