Several women stand on stage at Fresno State’s North Gym on Saturday, Dec. 9 during a human rights event honoring women’s rights. Among the featured women is Dolores Huerta, farmworkers rights leader who is third from left, and Amanda Renteria, chief of operations for the California Department of Justice, fourth from left.
Several women stand on stage at Fresno State’s North Gym on Saturday, Dec. 9 during a human rights event honoring women’s rights. Among the featured women is Dolores Huerta, farmworkers rights leader who is third from left, and Amanda Renteria, chief of operations for the California Department of Justice, fourth from left. CRESENCIO RODRIGUEZ-DELGADO cdelgado@fresnobee.com
Several women stand on stage at Fresno State’s North Gym on Saturday, Dec. 9 during a human rights event honoring women’s rights. Among the featured women is Dolores Huerta, farmworkers rights leader who is third from left, and Amanda Renteria, chief of operations for the California Department of Justice, fourth from left. CRESENCIO RODRIGUEZ-DELGADO cdelgado@fresnobee.com

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