By Jennipher Vasquez Youth involvement and activism were emphasized by Teresa Romero, President of the United Farm Workers of America, on March 28 at Riverside City College. “We work on […]
The sound of guest band Mariachi Primera Generacion echoed throughout Riverside City College during the opening of the faculty-led event held in honor of Cesar Chavez on March 29.
For Juliana Garcia, a Riverside City College student, the Cesar Chavez Day celebration hit home.
“My great grandpa stood by Cesar’s side when they were walking. It’s important to be grateful of where our produce comes from,” Garcia said.
Activists in favor of remembrance of the Cesar Chavez holiday gathered on the steps of the Martin Luther King building at Riverside City College on March 29, to wave flags bearing the logo “¡Si Se Puede!” or “yes we can.”
Riverside City College Diversity and Faculty Development will be holding events in recognition of Cesar Chavez Day.
Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Brooke Cary Students lined the street outside Terracina Dr. and Mine Okubo St. drawn by hispanic music, banners, club tents and free tacos […]
Posted: March 24, 2015 | Written by Brooke Cary The kickoff for Cesar Chavez Day celebration will be taking place on the steps of the Martin Luther King Jr. building […]
The Orange Coast Pirates fought tooth and nail, though in the end they could not keep the Tigers down. Riverside City College’s men’s soccer team was back on their game during the Oct. 3 event at Bobby Bonds Field in the Cesar Chavez community center. The Tigers won 5-3 in a ferocious team effort.