Singer Linda Ronstadt and Gov. Jerry Brown may be attending the installation of a plaque Ronstadt funded to acknowledge participants in the Bracero program.
The Bracero program was a World War II work program that allowed for the temporary importation of workers from Mexico to aid the American agricultural economy by serving as replacement works for American soldiers. The program continued until the late 1960s.
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