Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Thursday, September 10, 2015 Permalink

Insight: 50th Anniversary Of The Delano Grape Strike / Bishop Francis Quinn / Sound Advice: Classical

Harold Filan / AP

United Farm Workers leaders Cesar Chavez, left, and Larry Itliong, right, in front of union headquarters at Delano, Calif., July 28, 1967.

Harold Filan / AP

Fifty years ago this week, Filipino farmworkers walked off the fields in a coordinated effort to demand higher wages. On the next Insight, we’ll hear how the Delano Grape Strike gave rise to the United Farm Workers movement. Plus, Sacramento Bishop Francis Quinn becomes a first-time author at 93. And Classical Host Cale Wiggins has some Sound Advice.

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  • File / Walter Zeboski / AP

    Filipino Americans Leave A Legacy 50 Years After Start Of The Delano Grape Strike

    Hundreds are marking the 50th anniversary of the Delano Grape Strike and the contributions of Filipino Americans to the labor movement.

  • Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

    Sacramento Bishop Francis Quinn Talks About His Book, "Behind Closed Doors"

    Sacramento’s Emeritus Bishop Francis Quinn became a first-time author late last year with a “fictionalized memoir” titled: Behind Closed Doors: Conflicts in Today’s Church.

  • Screenshot / Youtube

    Sound Advice: Classical Selections From Cale Wiggins

    Cale Wiggins

    Capital Public Radio’s Afternoon Classical Host Cale Wiggins joins us for this week’s Sound Advice with a cello concerto from Antonín Dvořák, a violin sonata from Richard Strauss and more.

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