News & Readings
A collection of articles and stories about Our Clubs and Cesar Chavez and his legacy.
Here are some news articles written about our Chavez Clubs and our Chavistas.
KPPBS Sept. 19, 2016 Photo Exhibit Commemorates Farmworker Movement At Another Historic Moment
A new photo exhibit at the University of San Diego pays tribute to the farmworker movement led by Cesar Chavez at another turning point for the state's agricultural laborers, as they secured overtime pay this week for the first time ever.
The photographer is Carlos LeGerrette, a San Diego native who worked as an assistant to Chavez.
San Diego Union Tribune, February 12, 2016. Learning A Watershed’s Importance. Cesar Chavez Club students from Monroe Clark visit San Dieguito River watershed as Watershed Explorers.
UT San Diego, March 27, 2015. Labor, Civil Rights Activists Honored.
UT San Diego, March 31, 2013. Student Groups Embody Chavez’s Values.
UT San Diego, October 30, 2013. Top 10 Questions From San Diego Kids Hosting Mayoral Debate.
Here is our collection of articles about Cesar Chavez. Click on the links below for a PDF file of the article.
LeRoy Chatfield Essays
Longtime friend, confidant, strategist, and valuable assistant to Cesar Chavez, LeRoy Chatfield writes about his views and issues regarding Cesar Chavez and the farmworkers’ movement. Click on the links below for a PDF file of the article.