Trinity University Press

Dolores Huerta

Dolores Huerta is a renowned civil rights activist and American labor leader who has worked tirelessly for womens and workers rights. She cofounded the National Farmworkers Association, now known as United Farm Workers, with Cesar E. Chavez, and in 2002 she founded the Dolores Huerta Foundation, which creates leadership opportunities for community organizing, civic engagement, and policy advocacy. She has been honored with the Presidential Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Human Rights, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Radcliffe Medal. She lives in Stockton, California. 

Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico

Much ink has been spilled over the men of the Mexican Revolution, but far less has been written about its women. Kathy Sosa, Ellen Riojas Clark, and Jennifer Speed set out to right this wrong in Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico, which celebrates the women of early Texas and Mexico who refused to walk a traditional path. The anthology embraces an expansive definition of the word...