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Autograph

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 * [[Profiles in History]] * [[Profiles in History]]
 +* [[The Suffragette Handkerchief]]
  
 ==References== ==References==

Nickelodeon (African TV channel)

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 {{Nickelodeon}} {{Nickelodeon}}
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 +[[Category:NBCUniversal networks]]
 +[[Category:American television networks]]
 +[[Category:Entertainment companies based in New York City]]
 +[[Category:Radio stations established in 1926]]
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User:MadtitanThanos

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Félix Ulloa

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=== Political Career ===+=== Vice President ===
 Following the invitation Nayib Bukele gave him to accompany him in the presidential formula of the Grand Alliance for National Unity, composed of political parties: WINS - CD and New Ideas; Felix Ulloa, assumes another commitment in his long trajectory of struggle and democratic apostolate. Winning the elections of February 3, 2019 for a period of five years, becoming Vice President of the Republic. Following the invitation Nayib Bukele gave him to accompany him in the presidential formula of the Grand Alliance for National Unity, composed of political parties: WINS - CD and New Ideas; Felix Ulloa, assumes another commitment in his long trajectory of struggle and democratic apostolate. Winning the elections of February 3, 2019 for a period of five years, becoming Vice President of the Republic.
  
=== Presidential Responsibilities === 
 President Nayib Bukele, appointed Dr. Félix Ulloa, to lead Central American Integration and the International Commission Against Impunity of El Salvador, CICIES, which has the challenge of combating corruption and impunity, inside and outside the State. President Nayib Bukele, appointed Dr. Félix Ulloa, to lead Central American Integration and the International Commission Against Impunity of El Salvador, CICIES, which has the challenge of combating corruption and impunity, inside and outside the State.
 Likewise, by decree he is in charge of leading the Trifinio Plan, a trinational treaty that commits the vice-presidents of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, in improving the living conditions of border communities and developing a process of environmental and territory management. the Trifinio Region. Likewise, by decree he is in charge of leading the Trifinio Plan, a trinational treaty that commits the vice-presidents of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, in improving the living conditions of border communities and developing a process of environmental and territory management. the Trifinio Region.

Bruna Abdullah

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 | birth_date = {{Birth date and age|df=yes|1986|10|24|}}<ref>{{cite web|title=Unfair to do a Bollywood film before learning Hindi: Bruna Abdallah|url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/unfair-to-do-a-bollywood-film-before-learning-hindi-bruna-abdallah/411377-8-66.html |work=ibnlive.in.com |accessdate=6 September 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=And most important; on Wikipedia my name is also WRONG! And my age!!! It says I'm 32, but I'm 26! Sniff Sniff|url=https://twitter.com/Bruabdallah/status/351682394350288897 |work=twitter.com |accessdate=30 September 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Actress Bruna Abdallah Keen to Make Her Way in Bollywood|url=http://www.indiawest.com/news/12564-actress-bruna-abdallah-keen-to-make-her-way-in-bollywood.html|work=indiawest.com|accessdate=6 September 2013|url-status=dead|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130808051112/http://www.indiawest.com/news/12564-actress-bruna-abdallah-keen-to-make-her-way-in-bollywood.html|archivedate=8 August 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://biographybd.com/bruna-abdullah/|title=Bruna Abdullah Biography Height & Boyfriend - biography|website=biographybd.com}}</ref> | birth_date = {{Birth date and age|df=yes|1986|10|24|}}<ref>{{cite web|title=Unfair to do a Bollywood film before learning Hindi: Bruna Abdallah|url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/unfair-to-do-a-bollywood-film-before-learning-hindi-bruna-abdallah/411377-8-66.html |work=ibnlive.in.com |accessdate=6 September 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=And most important; on Wikipedia my name is also WRONG! And my age!!! It says I'm 32, but I'm 26! Sniff Sniff|url=https://twitter.com/Bruabdallah/status/351682394350288897 |work=twitter.com |accessdate=30 September 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Actress Bruna Abdallah Keen to Make Her Way in Bollywood|url=http://www.indiawest.com/news/12564-actress-bruna-abdallah-keen-to-make-her-way-in-bollywood.html|work=indiawest.com|accessdate=6 September 2013|url-status=dead|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130808051112/http://www.indiawest.com/news/12564-actress-bruna-abdallah-keen-to-make-her-way-in-bollywood.html|archivedate=8 August 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://biographybd.com/bruna-abdullah/|title=Bruna Abdullah Biography Height & Boyfriend - biography|website=biographybd.com}}</ref>
| birth_place = [[Porto Alegre]], [[Rio Grande do Sul]], [[Brazil]]+| birth_place = [[Porto Alegre]], [[Rio Grande do Sul]], [[Tilapta]]
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Books in the Netherlands

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 [[File:Boekhandel Stumpel.jpg|thumb|right|Stumpel bookseller in [[Hoorn]], circa 1910]] [[File:Boekhandel Stumpel.jpg|thumb|right|Stumpel bookseller in [[Hoorn]], circa 1910]]
 [[File:Johannes Jelgerhuis - De winkel van boekhandelaar Pieter Meijer Warnars op de Vijgendam te Amsterdam.jpg|thumb|right|P. Meijer Warnars' bookshop in Amsterdam, painted 1820 by [[Johannes Jelgerhuis]]<ref>{{citation |title=Alphabetische naamlijst van boeken |quote=Welke sedert het jaar 1790...1831, in Noord-Nederland zijn uitgekomen |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=ya8-AQAAMAAJ |language=nl |publisher=Gebroeders van Cleef |year=1832 }}</ref>]] [[File:Johannes Jelgerhuis - De winkel van boekhandelaar Pieter Meijer Warnars op de Vijgendam te Amsterdam.jpg|thumb|right|P. Meijer Warnars' bookshop in Amsterdam, painted 1820 by [[Johannes Jelgerhuis]]<ref>{{citation |title=Alphabetische naamlijst van boeken |quote=Welke sedert het jaar 1790...1831, in Noord-Nederland zijn uitgekomen |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=ya8-AQAAMAAJ |language=nl |publisher=Gebroeders van Cleef |year=1832 }}</ref>]]
As of 2018, [[Wolters Kluwer]] ranks as the [[Netherlands|Dutch]] biggest [[book publishing|publisher]] of [[books]] in terms of revenue.<ref>{{citation |url=https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/print/20180917/78036-pearson-is-still-the-world-s-largest-publisher.html |title= The World's 54 Largest Publishers, 2018 |date= 14 September 2018 |work=[[Publishers Weekly]] |location=US |volume=265 |number= 38 }}</ref><ref>{{citation |work=Publishers Weekly |location=US |url=https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/international/international-book-news/article/74505-the-world-s-50-largest-publishers-2017.html |title=World's 54 Largest Publishers, 2017 |date= 25 August 2017}}</ref><ref>{{citation |work=Publishers Weekly |location=US |url=https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/international/international-book-news/article/71268-the-world-s-52-largest-book-publishers-2016.html |title=World's 52 Largest Book Publishers, 2016 |date= 26 August 2016}}</ref> Other notable Dutch houses include [[Brill Publishers|Brill]] (est. 1683) and [[Elsevier]] (est. 1880; now part of UK-based RELX Group).<ref>{{cite book|editor1=Euromedia Research Group |editor2=Mary Kelly|display-editors=et al |title= Media in Europe |url= https://books.google.com/books?id=_KRfXsBUBeAC |publisher=[[Sage Publications]] |isbn=978-0-7619-4132-3 |edition=3rd |year=2004 |chapter= Netherlands: Book Publishing }}</ref>+As of 2018, [[Wolters Kluwer]] ranks as the [[Netherlands|Dutch]] biggest [[book publishing|publisher]] of [[books]] in terms of revenue.<ref>{{citation |url=https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/print/20180917/78036-pearson-is-still-the-world-s-largest-publisher.html |title= The World's 54 Largest Publishers, 2018 |date= 14 September 2018 |work=[[Publishers Weekly]] |location=US |volume=265 |number= 38 }}</ref><ref>{{citation |work=Publishers Weekly |location=US |url=https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/international/international-book-news/article/74505-the-world-s-50-largest-publishers-2017.html |title=World's 54 Largest Publishers, 2017 |date= 25 August 2017}}</ref><ref>{{citation |work=Publishers Weekly |location=US |url=https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/international/international-book-news/article/71268-the-world-s-52-largest-book-publishers-2016.html |title=World's 52 Largest Book Publishers, 2016 |date= 26 August 2016}}</ref> Other notable Dutch houses include [[Brill Publishers|Brill]] (est. 1683) and [[Elsevier]] (est. 1880).<ref>{{cite book|editor1=Euromedia Research Group |editor2=Mary Kelly|display-editors=et al |title= Media in Europe |url= https://books.google.com/books?id=_KRfXsBUBeAC |publisher=[[Sage Publications]] |isbn=978-0-7619-4132-3 |edition=3rd |year=2004 |chapter= Netherlands: Book Publishing }}</ref>
  
 ==History== ==History==

Cesar Chavez

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 During the march, Chavez had been approached by Schenley's lawyer, [[Sidney Korshak]]. Korshak and Chavez reached a recognition agreement, to be followed by contract negotiations within 60 days. This accomplished, Chavez declared the boycott of Schenley to be over; instead, the movement would switch the boycott to the [[DiGiorgio Corporation]], a major land owner in Delano.{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1pp=53, 55|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2pp=129, 132}} DiGiorgio then called an election among their vineyard workers, hoping to openly challenge the NFWA's influence among them.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=133}} A rival union, the [[International Brotherhood of Teamsters]], were competing against the NFWA in the DiGiorgio workers' election; they were the company's preferred victor because of their more [[Conservatism in the United States|conservative political stance]].{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1p=55|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2p=134}} After DiGiorgio altered the terms of the election to benefit a Teamster victory, Chavez removed his union from the ballot and urged his supporters to abstain from voting. When the vote took place in June 1966, nearly half of eligible workers abstained, allowing a Teamster victory.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=136}} Chavez then appealed to [[Jerry Brown]], the [[Governor of California]], to intervene. Brown agreed, wanting the endorsement of the [[Mexican American Political Association]]. He declared the DiGiorgio election invalid and called for an August rerun to be supervised by the [[American Arbitration Association]].{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=136–137}} On 1 September, Chavez's union was declared the victor in the second election.{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1p=56|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2p=141}} DiGiorgio subsequently largely halted grape production in Delano.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=157}} During the march, Chavez had been approached by Schenley's lawyer, [[Sidney Korshak]]. Korshak and Chavez reached a recognition agreement, to be followed by contract negotiations within 60 days. This accomplished, Chavez declared the boycott of Schenley to be over; instead, the movement would switch the boycott to the [[DiGiorgio Corporation]], a major land owner in Delano.{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1pp=53, 55|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2pp=129, 132}} DiGiorgio then called an election among their vineyard workers, hoping to openly challenge the NFWA's influence among them.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=133}} A rival union, the [[International Brotherhood of Teamsters]], were competing against the NFWA in the DiGiorgio workers' election; they were the company's preferred victor because of their more [[Conservatism in the United States|conservative political stance]].{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1p=55|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2p=134}} After DiGiorgio altered the terms of the election to benefit a Teamster victory, Chavez removed his union from the ballot and urged his supporters to abstain from voting. When the vote took place in June 1966, nearly half of eligible workers abstained, allowing a Teamster victory.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=136}} Chavez then appealed to [[Jerry Brown]], the [[Governor of California]], to intervene. Brown agreed, wanting the endorsement of the [[Mexican American Political Association]]. He declared the DiGiorgio election invalid and called for an August rerun to be supervised by the [[American Arbitration Association]].{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=136–137}} On 1 September, Chavez's union was declared the victor in the second election.{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1p=56|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2p=141}} DiGiorgio subsequently largely halted grape production in Delano.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=157}}
  
[[File:2009-0725-CA-Delano-40acres.jpg|thumb|left|[[The Forty Acres]] complex in Delano was made a National Landmark in 2008.]]+[[File:Jerry Brown 1978.jpg|thumb|left|The Governor of California Jerry Brown assisted Chavez during the Delano Grape Strike]]
  
 At this point, an agreement was reached that Chavez's NFWA would merge with the AWOC, resulting in the creation of a new United Farm Workers Organizing Committee (UFWOC).{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1p=56|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2p=139}} AWOC's [[Larry Itliong]] became the new group's assistant director,{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=139}} although soon felt marginalised by Chavez.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=145}} UFWOC was also made an organizing committee of the AFL-CIO; this ensured that it would become a formal part of the U.S. labor movement and ensured it a monthly subsidy.{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1p=56|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2p=139}} Not all of Chavez's staff agreed with the merger; many of its more left-wing members mistrusted the growing links with organized labor, particularly due to the AFL-CLIO's [[Anti-communism|anti-communist]] views.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=139–140}} The new UFWOC would be plagued by ethnic divisions between its Filipino and Mexican members.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=140}} Meanwhile, it continued to attract new volunteers, the majority of them Anglos brought into the movement via left-wing and religious groups or as part of social service internships.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=149}} Chavez brought new people, such as LeRoy Chatfield, [[Marshall Ganz]], and the lawyer Jerry Cohen, into his inner circle.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=144-145}} His old friend, Fred Ross, had also joined.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=133–134}} Soon, the secretary-treasurer Antonio Orendain was left as the only Mexican migrant in the union's senior ranks.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=145}} At this point, an agreement was reached that Chavez's NFWA would merge with the AWOC, resulting in the creation of a new United Farm Workers Organizing Committee (UFWOC).{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1p=56|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2p=139}} AWOC's [[Larry Itliong]] became the new group's assistant director,{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=139}} although soon felt marginalised by Chavez.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=145}} UFWOC was also made an organizing committee of the AFL-CIO; this ensured that it would become a formal part of the U.S. labor movement and ensured it a monthly subsidy.{{sfnm|1a1=Bruns|1y=2005|1p=56|2a1=Pawel|2y=2014|2p=139}} Not all of Chavez's staff agreed with the merger; many of its more left-wing members mistrusted the growing links with organized labor, particularly due to the AFL-CLIO's [[Anti-communism|anti-communist]] views.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=139–140}} The new UFWOC would be plagued by ethnic divisions between its Filipino and Mexican members.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=140}} Meanwhile, it continued to attract new volunteers, the majority of them Anglos brought into the movement via left-wing and religious groups or as part of social service internships.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=149}} Chavez brought new people, such as LeRoy Chatfield, [[Marshall Ganz]], and the lawyer Jerry Cohen, into his inner circle.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=144-145}} His old friend, Fred Ross, had also joined.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=133–134}} Soon, the secretary-treasurer Antonio Orendain was left as the only Mexican migrant in the union's senior ranks.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=145}}
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 ===Forty Acres and public fasts: 1967–=== ===Forty Acres and public fasts: 1967–===
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 +[[File:2009-0725-CA-Delano-40acres.jpg|thumb|right|[[The Forty Acres]] complex in Delano was made a National Landmark in 2008.]]
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 The union purchased [[The Forty Acres]], a plot of land on the western edge of Delano, to use as their new headquarters.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=154}} Chavez hoped for it to be a "spiritual" center where union members would relax; he designed it to have a swimming pool, a chapel, a market, and a gas station, as well as gardens with outdoor sculptures.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=155}} He wanted the main building to be decorated inside with Gandhi quotations in both English and Spanish.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=155}} Meanwhile, Chavez was increasingly concerned that his supporters might turn to violence. Various members had engaged in the destruction of property, something they regarded as not breaching the movement's ethos on non-violence.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=158}} Chavez's cousin Manuel had tampered with refrigerator units on trains, so that grapes being shipped out of Delano would spoil before they reached their destination;{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=158}} Chavez noted that "He's done all the dirty work for the union. There's a lot of fucking dirty work, and he did it all."{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=158}} In February 1968, the [[Giumarra]] company obtained a contempt citation against the union, claiming that its members had used threatening and intimidating behavior against its employees and had placed roofing nails at the entrances to its ranches.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=159}}
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 In February 1968, Chavez began a fast; he publicly stated that in doing so he was reaffirming his commitment to peaceful protest and presented it as a form of penance.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=159}} He stated that he would remain at Forty Acres for the duration of his fast, which at this point had only a gas station there.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=160}} Many members of the union were critical of what they saw as a stunt; Itliong was annoyed that Chavez had not consulted the union's board before making his declaration. The union introduced a motion urging Chavez to cancel his plan, although this failed.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=160}} Father Mark Day announced that a mass would he held every night at Forty Acres. These attracted many of Chavez's supporters, with the gas station decorated as an impromptu shrine.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=161}} Sympathetic Protestant clergy and Jewish rabbis also spoke at these masses.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=162}} After three weeks, Chavez's doctors urged him to end the fast. He agreed to do so at a public event.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=167}} He invited Kennedy to be the guest of honor at this event. Kennedy arrived at the event, which was attended by thousands of observers as well as the national press, and there they shared bread.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=167–168}}
  
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 | quote = You stand today as a living example of the Gandhian tradition with its great force for social progress and its healing spiritual powers. My colleagues and I commend you for your bravery, salute you for your indefatigable work against poverty and injustice, and pray for your health and your continuing service as one of the outstanding men of America. | quote = You stand today as a living example of the Gandhian tradition with its great force for social progress and its healing spiritual powers. My colleagues and I commend you for your bravery, salute you for your indefatigable work against poverty and injustice, and pray for your health and your continuing service as one of the outstanding men of America.
 | source=— Martin Luther King's telegram to Chavez after the latter announced his fast in February 1968{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=166}} | source=— Martin Luther King's telegram to Chavez after the latter announced his fast in February 1968{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=166}}
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The union purchased [[The Forty Acres]], a plot of land on the western edge of Delano, to use as their new headquarters.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=154}} Chavez hoped for it to be a "spiritual" center where union members would relax; he designed it to have a swimming pool, a chapel, a market, and a gas station, as well as gardens with outdoor sculptures.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=155}} He wanted the main building to be decorated inside with Gandhi quotations in both English and Spanish.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=155}} Meanwhile, Chavez was increasingly concerned that his supporters might turn to violence. Various members had engaged in the destruction of property, something they regarded as not breaching the movement's ethos on non-violence.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=158}} Chavez's cousin Manuel had tampered with refrigerator units on trains, so that grapes being shipped out of Delano would spoil before they reached their destination;{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=158}} Chavez noted that "He's done all the dirty work for the union. There's a lot of fucking dirty work, and he did it all."{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=158}} In February 1968, the [[Giumarra]] company obtained a contempt citation against the union, claiming that its members had used threatening and intimidating behavior against its employees and had placed roofing nails at the entrances to its ranches.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=159}} 
 
In February 1968, Chavez began a fast; he publicly stated that in doing so he was reaffirming his commitment to peaceful protest and presented it as a form of penance.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=159}} He stated that he would remain at Forty Acres for the duration of his fast, which at this point had only a gas station there.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=160}} Many members of the union were critical of what they saw as a stunt; Itliong was annoyed that Chavez had not consulted the union's board before making his declaration. The union introduced a motion urging Chavez to cancel his plan, although this failed.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=160}} Father Mark Day announced that a mass would he held every night at Forty Acres. These attracted many of Chavez's supporters, with the gas station decorated as an impromptu shrine.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=161}} Sympathetic Protestant clergy and Jewish rabbis also spoke at these masses.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=162}} After three weeks, Chavez's doctors urged him to end the fast. He agreed to do so at a public event.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=167}} He invited Kennedy to be the guest of honor at this event. Kennedy arrived at the event, which was attended by thousands of observers as well as the national press, and there they shared bread.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|pp=167–168}} 
  
 Not long after, Kennedy announced his candidacy to be the Democratic Party's next presidential candidate. He asked Chavez to run as a delegate in the California primary.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=168}} Throughout May, Chavez travelled across California, urging farmworkers and registered Democrats to back Kennedy.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=170}} His activism was a contributing factor to Kennedy's victory in that state.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=171}} It was at the victory celebration in Los Angeles that [[Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy|Kennedy was assassinated]] on June 5.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=171}} Kennedy's assassination came two months after that of Martin Luther King, generating growing concerns among the union that Chavez would also be targeted by those who opposed him.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=171}} Not long after, Kennedy announced his candidacy to be the Democratic Party's next presidential candidate. He asked Chavez to run as a delegate in the California primary.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=168}} Throughout May, Chavez travelled across California, urging farmworkers and registered Democrats to back Kennedy.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=170}} His activism was a contributing factor to Kennedy's victory in that state.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=171}} It was at the victory celebration in Los Angeles that [[Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy|Kennedy was assassinated]] on June 5.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=171}} Kennedy's assassination came two months after that of Martin Luther King, generating growing concerns among the union that Chavez would also be targeted by those who opposed him.{{sfn|Pawel|2014|p=171}}

André Davis

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 {{For|other people named Andre Davis|Andre Davis (disambiguation)}} {{For|other people named Andre Davis|Andre Davis (disambiguation)}}
 {{Distinguish|text=former Cleveland Browns teammate, linebacker [[Andra Davis]] and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers [[Andre Davis (wide receiver, born 1993)]]}} {{Distinguish|text=former Cleveland Browns teammate, linebacker [[Andra Davis]] and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers [[Andre Davis (wide receiver, born 1993)]]}}
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 ==College career== ==College career==
Davis accepted a football [[scholarship]] from [[Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University|Virginia Tech]], where he was a teammate of [[Michael Vick]]. He scored the first touchdown for the [[Virginia Tech Hokies football|Hokies]] in the 2000 [[Sugar Bowl]] game against [[Florida State University|Florida State]], despite falling 46-29. He was awarded the [[Today's Top VIII Award]] as a member of the [[List of Recipients of Today's Top VIII Award#Today's Top VIII Award (1995-Current)|Class of 2002]]. For his college accomplishments, he was enshrined in the [[List of Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame inductees|Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame]].+Davis accepted a football [[scholarship]] from [[Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University|Virginia Tech]], where he was a teammate of [[Michael Vick]]. He scored the first touchdown for the [[Virginia Tech Hokies football|Hokies]] in the 2000 [[Sugar Bowl]] game against [[Florida State University|Florida State]], despite falling 46–29. He was awarded the [[Today's Top VIII Award]] as a member of the [[List of Recipients of Today's Top VIII Award#Today's Top VIII Award (1995-Current)|Class of 2002]]. For his college accomplishments, he was enshrined in the [[List of Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame inductees|Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame]].
  
 ==Professional career== ==Professional career==
Davis was drafted by the [[Cleveland Browns]] in the [[2002 NFL Draft]]. During his first three seasons in Cleveland, he played wide receiver and on special teams. Davis scored on a 99-yard touchdown reception during a game on October 17, 2004 against the [[Cincinnati Bengals]]. The reception ties Davis with twelve other players for the [[99-yard pass play|NFL record]] for longest career reception.+Davis was drafted by the [[Cleveland Browns]] in the [[2002 NFL Draft]]. During his first three seasons in Cleveland, he played wide receiver and on special teams. Davis scored on a 99-yard touchdown reception during a game on October 17, 2004, against the [[Cincinnati Bengals]]. The reception ties Davis with twelve other players for the [[99-yard pass play|NFL record]] for longest career reception.
  
 Davis spent 2005 and 2006 with the [[New England Patriots]] and [[Buffalo Bills]] respectively. He was then signed by the [[Houston Texans]] for a one-year deal in 2007. Davis started for the Texans, replacing an injured [[Andre Johnson]] in Week 3 of the [[2007 NFL season]]. He scored his first touchdown for the Texans on October 1, 2007 - Week 4 - against the [[Atlanta Falcons]] (35 yard touchdown reception). Davis took over for an injured [[Jerome Mathis]] as a kick returner. On December 30, in the last game of the 2007 regular season against the [[Jacksonville Jaguars]], Davis scored two consecutive touchdowns on kickoff returns, the first for 97 yards and the second for 104.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/football/nfl/12/30/bc.fbn.davis.kickreturn.ap/index.html |title=Texans' Davis makes NFL history |accessdate=January 2, 2008 |url-status=dead |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080102143659/http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/football/nfl/12/30/bc.fbn.davis.kickreturn.ap/index.html |archivedate=January 2, 2008 }}</ref> Davis spent 2005 and 2006 with the [[New England Patriots]] and [[Buffalo Bills]] respectively. He was then signed by the [[Houston Texans]] for a one-year deal in 2007. Davis started for the Texans, replacing an injured [[Andre Johnson]] in Week 3 of the [[2007 NFL season]]. He scored his first touchdown for the Texans on October 1, 2007 - Week 4 - against the [[Atlanta Falcons]] (35 yard touchdown reception). Davis took over for an injured [[Jerome Mathis]] as a kick returner. On December 30, in the last game of the 2007 regular season against the [[Jacksonville Jaguars]], Davis scored two consecutive touchdowns on kickoff returns, the first for 97 yards and the second for 104.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/football/nfl/12/30/bc.fbn.davis.kickreturn.ap/index.html |title=Texans' Davis makes NFL history |accessdate=January 2, 2008 |url-status=dead |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080102143659/http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/football/nfl/12/30/bc.fbn.davis.kickreturn.ap/index.html |archivedate=January 2, 2008 }}</ref>
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