Jane “Pudge” Hartmire - The Farm Workers Movement, in the 1960’s and 1970’s led by Cesar Chavez, ignited unionization efforts for justice, respect, better wages, and living and working conditions for farm workers. Jane worked with her husband in the Farm Workers Movement as a nurse, a mother with four children, a wife of a Presbyterian minister, a political activist developing community service, fighting race and class injustices, and a feminist in the Civil Rights Movement and The Cold War. Born in 1932 in Philadelphia, PA Jane was raised in an upper class home, training in church, race equality, and service in Quaker work camps, settlement houses, counseling for disadvantaged kids, with a mindset of service. After her children went to college, Jane and her husband moved to the Farm Workers headquarters, in Tehachapi, CA, where she ran the Farm Worker health clinics, and accompanied rallies and marches because of the “rightness of the cause.” Cesar Chavez led the march to Sacramento, CA to bring attention to the farm workers with his fasting, community support, non-violence, and religious stubbornness. Her advice for young women: choose carefully who you marry and be an organizer and leader utilizing the increased advantages for women in this day and age.