Cesar Chavez, Cesar Chavez.
Everything was done outside, except sleeping, which was in tents. There were no washing facilities, just a spigot someplace or a stream where we went swimming to get clean during the summer. The camps themselves were often very difficult to keep clean because of the numbers of people. Even if you did your part, you had to do more than your share, especially around the water faucet. There might be one faucet for fifty or a hundred families. And the toilets were always horrible, so miserable you couldn’t go there.
Thanks. God bless.