March 20, 2014
We welcome all to attend this year's events during March 24 - March 28, 2014 to celebrate and honor Cesar Chavez Day 2014.
Monday, March 24th - Where are we now? Where are we headed? - Dr. Noa Roman Muniz
Wednesday, March 26th - Reflecting Back; Moving Forward: Migrant Students in Poudre School District
Wednesday, March 26th - Mindful Eating - Dr. Margit Hentschel
Thursday, March 27th - Photovoice: Learning the Immigrant Story
Thursday, March 27th - Where is Cesar?
Thursday, March 27th - Cesar Chavez Community Celebration
Friday, March 28th - Migrant Worker Viewing and Reception
All events are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. For more information, please visit www.CesarChavez.colostate.edu.
A special thanks goes out to the co-sponsors: Apartment Life, Boys and Girls Club, Campus Activities, CASA, Coca-Cola, Consuelo's Mexican Restaurant, CSU Bookstore, EL Centro, GUIDE, La Raza, Lory Student Center, Multicultural Greek Council, Poudre School District, Sigma Lamba Beta, Front Range Community College, Student Leadership Involvement & Community Engagement.
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