The MSU Libraries has a large amount of material about Cesar E. Chavez and his work with the United Farm Workers union in various formats. It acquires books, photographs, microfilm, posters, newsclippings, audio, video and online data as well as databases with access to online articles, speeches, etc. that pertain to Chavez and his work.
Most university online catalogs provide access to information about Cesar E. Chavez by using the same search terms. For the following search types, use the suggested sequence of words:
By Chavez or Chavez as Co-author:
The UFW commemorates the 17th year of Chavez's passing by taking action for Giumarra workers with a fast.
The fight for Arizona by Professor Roberto Rodriguez, an assistant professor at the University of Arizona.
“One thing to remember is that just because we have a law doesn't mean it's the right thing to do. Historically we have had many laws (Jim Crow, etc.) that have legislated the wrong thing.....This is the response we should be giving to those who are saying they aren't against immigrants, they're just against them breaking the law. We should remember that except for Native Americans, we are a nation of immigrants.”
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Arizona anti-undocumented immigrant legislation moves into the classroom and becomes anti-immigrant.
Chair of NACCS submits four-page letter to the Governor and the People of Arizona promising to be "vigilant and active in your state as a result of SB 1070 and the National Office and Chair will directly participate in ongoing efforts to hold you and other elected officials accountable, through heightened scrutiny of your state and a focus on police and elected official misconduct through a “score card” on “democracy-haters,” and other educational, media outreach, and networking events including efforts to help Arizonans understand that “race” is a phantom menace."
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the oldest integrated and historically black Greek-lettered organization in the world, today announced that it's moving its 104th Anniversary Convention from Phoenix, Arizona.
“We will not only speak with our voices and our feet, we will speak with our economic clout; and we will not spend our money in Arizona and urge other organizations and people who believe in equality under the law, to do the same,” said Mason." [Herman “Skip” Mason is the fraternity national general president.]
Various Arizona multicultural hip-hop artists respond to Governor Jan Brewer and Sheriff Joe Arapaio anti-immigrant policies with a YouTube music video.
The Business Library renovations are in full swing! Furniture is scattered, and we have moved shelves and taken up the carpet. Today and the rest of the week, we will be working more on the floor. Be prepared for possible noise and dust! If you want to see pictures of the work as it progresses, check out our pictures on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=232367&id=20041788008.