The United Farm Workers union will lead a community labor rally on Wednesday, April 24 at UCLA. Teresa Romero, the first woman president of the UFW, will be the keynote speaker and kick off the festivities with a Meet & Greet at Ackerman Union.
Now available on the CSRC's YouTube channel is the Latina Futures: Transforming the Nation through Law and Policy highlight reel!  Among the speakers in the video are Latina Futures 2050 Lab project leaders Sonja Diaz, founding director of the Latino Policy and Politics Institute, and Veronica Terriquez, CSRC director.
Updates on the Latina Futures 2050 Lab and the community-engaged research project Thriving Youth Survey, an HSI Visioning Forum focused on STEM fields, Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies is now co-published with UC Press, and more in the Winter Quarter newsletter! Image: Veronica Terriquez, CSRC director (far right), welcomed presentations from Latina leaders from the East Coachella and Imperial Valleys on February 28.
Helen and Morgan Chu, whose student activism in the late 1960s helped launch UCLA’s ethnic studies centers, have pledged $10 million to the UCLA Institute of American Cultures, the largest gift ever made to the institute.
Cultural critic Gabriel Navarro's writings, in English translation for the first time.
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