Someday soon the street signs on Canyon Lakes Drive could read Cesar E. Chavez Drive. That's the idea a group of citizens brought before the Lubbock Parks and Recreational Department Tuesday.
The group says Cesar was a civil rights leader who fought peacefully for migrant workers. They say Lubbock was once home to two migrant camps.
The idea will be presented to the City Council next month.
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