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Pete Prado (b. 1937) is the son of Mexican immigrant parents who came to the Cucamonga Valley as seasonal crop workers. He was born in Guasti, California. During these years he experienced first-hand many of the changes to the Guasti labor camp as well as the eventual closing of the Brookside Winery. He also discusses the United Farm Workers Union.
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