MIAMI.-The activist the civil rights Dolores Huerta celebrates her 90 birthday with a event virtual fundraising to benefit those most affected by the pandemic coronavirus.
Figures of the political arena and the entertainment world will join together to celebrate the life of the iconic activist and, at the same time, support the Dolores Huerta Foundation in its effort to collect aid for the most needy.
Salma Hayek, Jane Fonda, Eva Longoria, America Ferrera, Carlos Santana, George Lopez, Benjamin Bratt, Kate del Castillo, Zoe Saldana and John Leguizamo, among others will participate in Yes we can! At 90 this Saturday, may 30, beginning at 2 pm ET/ 5 pm PT.
Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden will also tell you this in the charity event, which will air on all the social networks of the foundation.
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Dolores Huertaborn in the mining town of Dawson, New Mexico, turned 90 years old on April 10. For his work in favour of human rights, Huerta has been awarded the Eleanor Roosevelt Award and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
It is also the first Latin to reach the National Women’s Hall of Fame (Hall of National Fame where they mention that women with exceptional merit).
Huerta founded, together with fellow activist Cesar Chavez the National Farmworkers Association (National Association of Farmers), which is known today as the United Farm Workers. Her commitment to advocating for the civil rights has earned him prestige and be an example to follow among the latino community in the US.