DELANO, Calif. -- The United Farm Workers Union here has called off a 10-year boycott of grapes in supermarkets, and is shifting gears to target growers directly. On March 31, about 750 union members began a three-week, 330-mile march from this small farming community to the California state capitol building in Sacramento. The purpose: to publicize its renewed efforts to organize farm workers and to demand new contracts with farmers. The union hopes to recruit 10,000 new members during the ...

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