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Emma Tenayuca (1916-1999) was a labor organizer and civil rights activist best known for leading the Pecan-Shellers’ Strike in San Antonio, TX in 1938. This strike affected the city’s largest industry and was the first sign of political liberation of the city’s Mexican American populace.
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