Join us for the 27th annual Adelante Mujer Latina Career Conference for High School Girls on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 9am-12pm. Register: comisionfemenil.org 🎨: @marimo.stories @mmurakawa @melodripco @raymurakawa
Join us April 1st at 6:30 pm PST for Teaching the Life of Activist Dolores Huerta alongside CTA Santa Clara Equity Squad. Learn more about the K-12 curriculum that was created by educators to honor the life’s work of activist icon, Dolores Huerta. All resources and lessons plans will be free and accessible! REGISTER: http://bit.ly/TeachingDoloresHuerta
Join us March 25th 3 PM – 4:30 PM (PT) for The Smithsonian Institution’s exhibition Dolores Huerta: Revolution in the Fields/Revolución en los Campos. Register at http://bit.ly/BC-DoloresEvent This event is fee and open to the public
Join us April 7th at 7 pm for a Huerta / Chavez Celebration alongside Springfield students. An event you won’t want to miss! More information: www.springfield.k12.or.us/HuertaChavez
Join us Thurs. April 1st at 5:20 pm as Pasos College of the Community hosts a Celebration of Community Action followed with a Q&A. For more info: www.epcc.edu/services/pasos
Join us for The True Measure of The Essential Worker conversations on diversity, implicit bias and corporate responsibility. Program starts from 5:30PM PST on Wednesday March 31st. REGISTER: https://bit.ly/30Ob892
Join us for Persisting in the Struggle for Equality hosted by the CA Women’s Law Center on Monday, March 29th at 1 pm. Moderated by Kathy Spillar & Betsy Butler in efforts to educate the community about issues impacting women and girls. RSVP: bit.ly/3tooxkt
lCYMI: Civil rights activist Dolores Huerta tells Lawrence O’Donnell that it’s important that states prioritize farmworkers for the Covid-19 vaccines because “these are the people that are putting the food on your table.”
Watch NOW! https://www.msnbc.com/the-last-word/watch/labor-leader-dolores-huerta-on-prioritizing-agricultural-workers-for-the-covid-vaccines-102818885689?cid=sm_npd_ms_fb_lw&fbclid=IwAR2vpMoPUTYBzV6xe9-BXCEyWpqxfWoXPZfI859DICyE6-Oj8SWopQ26UNQ
Celebrating International Women’s Day with Dolores Huerta hosted by University of Alabama in Huntsville
Join us next Monday (3/8) at 1PM CST to celebrate #InternationalWomensDay! You don’t want to miss this! 💪🏽👩🏽🌾 rsvp: https://uah-uasystem.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0qfuiqqjoqH9MBxt4z-pqEFdQPifuvKP5N or visit: @uahodei on Instagram
Join us this Friday, March 5, at 10am PST for a conversation Elements of Effective Political Organizing — hosted by the King Institute and the Gandhi-King Global Network. FREE event! Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dolores-huerta-elements-of-effective-political-organizing-tickets-144087805505
Join us March 6 at 3 pm for Hushed Wisdom as Women on the Move Network honors those who are dared to unravel for Celebrating International Day of Women. RSVP: https://conta.cc/3pZzA1U
Join us March 5-7th for Beyond the Bridge with an esteemed panel to celebrate past victories and discuss modern day battles within the fight for civil rights! Register for FREE ➡️ selmajubilee.com/register
The 56th Anniversary Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee, the largest annual civil rights event in the nation, is scheduled to take place March 5-7 as we honor the past, examine the present and look forward to the future of the fight for equity and justice. This year’s theme is: Beyond the Bridge: People Power, Political Power, Economic Power.
This epic undertaking is making history in a brand new way by going global and virtual for the first time ever! The Jubilee will be a time of celebration, education and commemoration, with activities for people of all ages — and the entire weekend is designed for you to stay engaged, stay safe and log in from anywhere in the world. You won’t want to miss
Join us for Rothko Chapel’s “Celebrating 50 Years” on Feb 28 at 2 pm CDT. The service will feature blessings, songs & reflections from community members, spiritual leaders, and human rights advocates locally. Register: rothkochapel.org
Join us for the 24th @LULAC National Legislative Awards Virtual Gala on Wednesday, February 17, 2021
7:30 PM – 9:15 PM EST / 4:30 PM – 6:15 PM PST / 6:30 PM – 8:15 PM CST. REGISTER NOW: https://lulac.org/gala21/rsvp?utm_content=Link+242177&utm_campaign=Gala+2021&utm_source=24th+LULAC+National+Legislative+Awards+Virtual+Gala&utm_medium=Email OR visit: LULAC.ORG
KGET: Dolores Huerta’s role in farm labor movement featured in virtual exhibit coming to Bakersfield College!
Dolores Huerta’s role in farm labor movement featured in virtual exhibit coming to #BakersfieldCollege — The prominent role played by Dolores Huerta will be featured in a virtual exhibit available to view beginning Feb. 12. read more: https://www.kget.com/news/local-news/dolores-huertas-role-in-farm-labor-movement-featured-in-virtual-exhibit-coming-to-bakersfield-college/
To read the official DHF Media Advisory visit: https://doloreshuerta.org/dolores-huerta-revolution-in-the-fields-at-bakersfield-college-media-advisory/
University of La Verne presents Dolores Huerta with Honorary Doctorate Degree at 2021 Virtual Commencement
Executive Director Camila Chavez’s closing remarks [15:01] Honorary Degree Recognition for Dolores [23:46]
During these times, education has taken a different approach; we understand that this is not easy. We would like to congratulate graduating classes for their commitment & accomplishments View Exec. Dir. Camila’s remarks for La Verne’s Virtual Commencement.
Join us on Feb 19th at 2:30 pm CT in Observing & Reflecting on the Award-Winning Documentary, Singing Our Way to Freedom.
REGISTER HERE: https://mailchi.mp/ushli.org/the-latino-vote-forum-panelists-announced-117446?fbclid=IwAR0Zi5faoUMCDY-9fxxwHDVLZRX-LnQf5X5Wu-s1iuUQ5B42BHoSzs9s-N4
The late legendary leader, Cesar E. Chavez, said Ramon “Chunky” Sanchez was his favorite musician. Whenever Cesar Chavez was planning a major march, he would ask Chunky to join him. This is a documentary of the life and times of a celebrated national treasure. Dolores Huerta and Dr. Jose Angel Gutierrez, two of the most prominent voices today on the struggle that began decades ago, and the documentary’s producer, Paul Espinosa, will discuss this story about one of the most critical times in Latino history.
USHLI is an award-winning Chicago-based national non-profit, non-partisan, tax-exempt organization. Since 1982, USHLI has registered 2.3 million new voters; published 425 reports on Latino demographics and the Almanac of Latino Politics; sponsored 38 national conferences, each attended by leaders from 40 states; trained over 1.1 million present and future leaders; and awarded over $1.3 million in scholarships and internships.