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Purple brown soap with Si se Puede stamp


Simon Sudz

Regular price $9.00 Sale

In support of the national farm workers movement this soap made with coconut, sustainable palm, olive and castor oils.  The fragrance oil is the sweet aroma of wild grapes enhanced with hints of strawberries and sweet sugary notes. It has the wonderful aroma of red sweet Cabernet wine. It is stamp with the words “Si se puede”. Packaged in a wine red organza bag and a small metal grape charm. 

Dolores Clara Fernández Huerta (born April 10, 1930) is an American labor leader and civil rights activist who, with Cesar Chavez, is a co-founder of the National Farmworkers Association, which later merged with the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee to become the United Farm Workers (UFW). Huerta is the originator of the phrase "Sí, se puede". As a role model to many in the Latino community, Huerta is the subject of many corridos (Mexican or Mexican-American ballads) and murals. In California, April 10 is Dolores Huerta Day.

"Sí, se puede" (Spanish for "Yes, it is possible" or, roughly, "Yes, we can"; pronounced [ˈsi se ˈpwe.ðe]) is the motto of the United Farm Workers of America, and has since been taken up by other activist groups. In 1972, during César Chávez's 25-day fast in Phoenix, Arizona, UFW's co-founder, Dolores Huerta, came up with the slogan. “Sí se puede" has long been a UFW guiding principle that has served to inspire accomplishment of goals. The phrase is a federally registered trademark of the UFW.

“Honor the hands that harvest your crops.” ~ Dolores Huerta