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overcome Cesar Chavez worked hard to overcome, or conquer, hardships.
overcome – conquer; defeat
association These students have formed a group, or association, that cleans up beaches.
association – group; organization; club
capitol A state capitol is a building where lawmakers can make and change laws.
capitol – a building where government meets
drought In the 1930s, a drought, or lack of rain, made life hard for many farmers.
drought – lack of rain during a time period
dedicate Martin Luther King, Jr. wanted to dedicate his life to equality. It was his life’s work.
dedicate – set aside for a special purpose
publicity The media can spread publicity, or news, about events and causes.
publicity – information given to the public to get attention
violence Many people believe change should come through peaceful ways, not violence.
violence – use of physical force
conflicts Most conflicts, or disagreements, can be solved by talking things over.
conflicts – disagreements or fights
horizon In the fields, Chavez often worked until the sun fell below the horizon.
horizon – where the earth meets the sky
brilliant The bright, brilliant colors of the American flag symbolize freedom.
brilliant – bright and shining
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