This month, we reflect upon the legacy of César Chávez, the visionary activist and organizer who fought tirelessly for farmworker rights, and whose story is central to that of social change in California and across the world.
There's still time to participate in LaSA's Cesar Chavez Commemorative Virtual Activity Challenge, taking place through March 31.
The Latino Staff Association (LaSA) invites all colleagues to participate in their annual Cesar Chavez Commemorative Virtual Activity Challenge. Get moving for a great cause!
The Latino Staff Association’s March fundraiser raised more than $2,500 for UC students while celebrating the legacy of Latino American civil rights activist César Chávez.
When the UC Merced Library acquired the Ernest Lowe collection of photographs last year, along with it came intimate portraits of labor leader, community organizer, businessman and Latino American civil rights activist César Chávez.
From now through March 25, the Latino Staff Association invites colleagues to join a virtual activity challenge in honor of Cesar Chavez's 300-mile march in support of farmworkers.
On Friday, March 29, the UCOP offices will close for Caesar Chavez Day. It’s an important recognition of how one man’s efforts transformed the lives of many Californians through a steadfast commitment to service and change.