Rhoda Rodriguez was a prominent figure in the Texas labor movement of the early 20th century. She was born in 1883 in San Antonio, Texas and was a founding member of the city’s first Mexican labor union. She was a leader in the struggle for better wages and working conditions for Mexican-American workers and was known for her fiery speeches and passionate advocacy for workers’ rights. She was a passionate voice for the rights of female and immigrant workers and is remembered as a pioneering figure in the fight for labor justice. Rodriguez died in 1963 and is remembered as a leader in the struggle for labor rights and justice.
Mar, 12 2023