I designed these two newspaper ads several years ago. The Spanish translation needs work - it was just a quick plug and play into the google translator.
The English text reads:
Civil rights leader Cesar Chavez's legacy and struggle continues today. But where do values like justice and compassion come from? Are right and wrong really just a matter or personal opinion? Or are there absolutes that go beyond what popular culture or society might dictate? Do we really believe that all opinions are equally valid? That injustice and oppression are no different than compassion and mercy? That the values and legacy of someone like Cesar Chavez are no different than a Hitler or Stalin? Extreme? Perhaps, but if right and wrong are merely personal opinion, or the opinion of those in power, what right do any of us have to speak out against injustice? The message of the Bible is that values of right and wrong, justice and compassion come not from society or even ourselves, but from God. To learn who God is and what it's like to know him, read the section of the Bible called "John." Or go to www.EveryStudent.com. There's a God. You should Know.
Here's a link to more about Cesar Chavez and his legacy.
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