In celebration of the newly established holiday honoring Dolores Huerta, the Latino Student Forum hosted an event in Sneaky Park to give students an opportunity to learn more about Dolores Huerta.
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Ganesha High School senior Omar Mendez, Pomona High School senior Brenda Gomez and Garey High School seniors Melanie Andreo and Josue Garcia – recipients of the Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley’s social justice scholarship – lead the 16th annual Cesar Chavez Pilgrimage Saturday morning.
More than 250 La Verne community members gathered for a talk by human rights activist Dolores Huerta and a screening of the documentary film “Dolores” about her life, March 29 in Morgan Auditorium.
Director of Civic and Community Engagement Marisol Morales and her community service class explored the history of the Farm Workers Movement and immigration laws in Kern County in January.
Six hundred Latino students from surrounding school districts attended information sessions and speaker panels at the third annual Latino Access and Development Conference, where they learned about the benefits of higher education.
In a campus-wide presentation ending diversity week, the multicultural council and student services had Dolores Huerta speak for the culminating event on International Women’s Day.
Dolores Huerta, co-founder and the first Vice President Emeritus of the United Farm Workers of America lectured on the impact of Cesar Chavez and what the farm workers of American have to do to build their organizations last week at Claremont McKenna College.
“Not in our name.” “No more blood for oil.” “Money for jobs, not for war.” These were just a few of the slogans inscribed across banners and placards carried by as many as 80,000 people at an anti-war demonstration staged Saturday in San Francisco.