Salomón Chavez Huerta arrived in the United States as a farmworker in the Bracero program, a U.S.-Mexico guest worker program from 1942 to 1964. Carmen Mejía Huerta, his wife, toiled for more than 40 years as a domestic worker.
Salomón Chavez Huerta arrived in the United States as a farmworker in the Bracero program, a U.S.-Mexico guest worker program from 1942 to 1964. Carmen Mejía Huerta, his wife, toiled for more than 40 years as a domestic worker. Courtesy of Alvaro Huerta
Salomón Chavez Huerta arrived in the United States as a farmworker in the Bracero program, a U.S.-Mexico guest worker program from 1942 to 1964. Carmen Mejía Huerta, his wife, toiled for more than 40 years as a domestic worker. Courtesy of Alvaro Huerta

Once ashamed of my Mexican immigrant parents, but not anymore

May 08, 2016 12:01 AM

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