The film screening of Dolores directed by Peter Bratt, will close the Princeton Environmental Film Festival; sponsored by the Princeton Public Library. Dolores Huerta, an equal partner in co-founding the first farm workers unions along with Caesar Chavez, continues to fight for social justice at 87 years old. She is one of the most influential, yet least known activists in American history. This film explores the personal stakes in committing one’s life to social change and will be followed by a panel discussion.
For more about the film visit the Official Website