The biography of UFW leader Cesar Chavez shows how he used nonviolence to better the wages & living conditions of Hispanic grape pickers in the 60s.
During a strike for equal pay & safer conditions. the Mex-Am. miners’ wives take over picket duties when a court forbids the men from picketing, with the men not happy about household chores. The mine owners try to break the strike but lose to the determination of the strikers.