Workers commemorate Cesar Chavez with a protest in Delano
United Farm Workers and their families joined together in Delano Sunday afternoon to protest President Donald Trump's plans to deport undocumented immigrants.
The protest was meant to commemorate UFW founder Cesar Chavez, who would have turned 90 years old on Friday.
Protesters used the phrase " We Feed You" to signify the importance of immigrants working in the fields.
The protest was one of 11 nationwide protest held this weekend in honor of Chavez. All the protests were aimed at Trump's immigrant reform.
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