Valuing Wisdom Through Experience and Knowledge

Monday, March 30th

Give Blood, Give Life.


North of Warner College

The gentlemen of Nu Alpha Kappa Fraternity, Inc. are teaming up with Bonfils Blood Center to host the Cesar Chavez Blood Drive Event. With giving blood to save lives on this day, it is meant to promote culture diversity and empower Latino/as. The need is constant. The gratification is instant. Whose life will you save today?

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Tuesday, March 31st

WGAC/El Cwentro Program


LSC Room 372

As part of Katheryn T. Bohannon Speaker Series, we will be hosting a film screening of The Harves/La Cosecha followed by a discussion facilitated by Maricela DeMiryn, PhD, Associate Professor of the Ethnic Studies Department




Cesar Chavez Community Celebration


LSC Grand Ballroom

Join us for a family night of food, entertainment, and recognition.

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Wednesday, April 1st

Panel Lunch


LSC 312

Discussion Topic:

The panel members will share what social justice means to them and why each person thinks this is important. We will discuss key points in acting on social justice issues and different ways to approach them. Current issues will also be discussed in a positive way and how education and panels such as this one are steps in fighting current issues. A question and answer session will also be held at the end for audience members to also speak on their ideas/opinions.  The panel members will consist of student activists, faculty members, and one moderator.

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Thursday, April 2nd

Cesar Chavez (the 2014 film)


LSC Theatre

This film explores the modern American movement as Cesar Chavez tells the story of the civil rights leader and labor organizer. Chavez embraced non-violence as he battled greed and prejudice. He inspired millions of Americans from all walks of life and proved the power of one individual's ability to change the world. Starring: Wes Bentley, Michael Cudlitz, Rosario Dawson, America Ferrera, John Malkovich, and Michael Peña 


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Friday, April 3rd

Delano Manongs: Forgotten Heroes of the United Farm Workers:


Asian Pacific American Cultural Center office Room 333

The Delano Manongs tells the story of farm labor organizer Larry Itliong and a group of Filipino farm workers who instigated one of the American farm labor movement’s finest hours – The Delano Grape Strike of 1965 that brought about the creation of the United Farm Workers Union (UFW). While the movement is known for Cesar Chavez’s leadership and considered a Chicano movement, Filipinos played a pivotal role. Filipino labor organizer, Larry Itliong, a cigar-chomping union veteran, organized a group of 1500 Filipinos to strike against the grape growers of Delano, California, beginning a collaboration between Filipinos, Chicanos and other ethnic workers that would go on for years.


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All Events are FREE and OPEN to the public.

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