At age eighty-seven, Dolores Huerta is a bona fide civil-rights icon, celebrated for her steely feminism in the face of the male- dominated labor movement, her unwavering belief in nonviolent protest, and her lifelong commitment to workers’ rights. This spirited documentary, executive-produced by Carlos Santana and directed by Peter Bratt, chronicles her extraordinary life and work. As a teenager, she became politically motivated by the social and economic inequities she witnessed in the fields of California’s Central Valley, and in 1962, she and César Chávez co-founded what became the United Farm Workers. The work led to Huerta coining the indelible slogan “Sí se puede,” or “Yes, we can.” La causa became both a labor movement and a cultural revolution, but the toll Huerta’s work took on her and her family is sensitively and movingly chronicled. It’s a fast-paced, engrossing celebration of an unrelenting and truly inspirational woman. Not rated. 95 minutes. Center for Contemporary Arts.