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So far Minerva Mendoza has created 4 blog entries.

The Struggle Continues

Strikes, pickets, boycotts, fasts, and arrests all happened in the United Farmworkers’ fight for justice and equality. As we celebrate Cesar Chavez’s Day of Service, we will focus on the farmworker's movement and how it, along with the Vietnam war, served as an impetus for the Chicano Movement. What were the common goals of these movements and why does the struggle continue

Code Switch

“Code Switch” is a one-man show performed by Joshua Slack that explores the navigation of code-switching. Code-switching involves adjusting one’s way of life Erin ways that will optimize the comfort of others in exchange for fair treatment, quality service, and employment opportunities. But at what cost? Why are we afraid to be ourselves?” Joshua Slack was

Wings of Change

Hosted by ArteVism Fellow Hana Luna Her (Better). Wings of Change celebrates immigrant communities in the Central Valley and an opportunity to advocate for these diverse cultures. Local artist and ArteVism Fellow Hana Luna Her will unveil her mural inspired by the migration journey of communities of color that now call the Central Valley

Queer in the Valley: Celebrating Past, Current, and Future QTBIPOC People in the Central Valley

Hosted by ArteVism Fellows Michael Piña and Paulina Rodriguez Ruis. Queer in The Valley is a celebration of Central Valley residents who identify as Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (QTBIPOC). This event is designed to showcase the beauty and advocacy that emerge when we provide resources and funds for the QTBIPOC community. By hosting

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