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A Commemoration of Student's Fight for Rights

In collaboration with Cal Poly Modern Languages & Literatures Department in the College of Liberal Arts, please join CLFSA in support of the memorial community display at Dexter Lawn on campus from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, December 2nd.

It honors the lives and passions of 43 Mexican student victims captured and rumored to have been killed by organized criminal gangs and corrupt government officials in the City of Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico.

The Normal University students were traveling to commemorate the anniversary of the 1968 student massacre in Tlatelolco, Mexico City, when they were captured.

We thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you there!


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The purposes of CLFSA is to:

  • Help foster an atmosphere of mutual support, advocacy, understanding, and "familia" between and among Chicana Latino faculty, staff, and the wider university community;
  • Educate ourselves and the general public on important issues pertaining to the Chicana Latino community;
  • Provide a broad network of Chicana Latino role models, support, and advocacy to help ensure the overall success of Chicana and Latino students;
  • Be full partners in Cal Poly’s efforts to preserve and foster diversity and the integrity and vitality of the public commitments of our university mission statement.

 

Next CLFSA Meeting


The next Chicana Latino Faculty Staff Association (CLFSA) meeting is scheduled Wednesday, November 5th, from 12:10-1:00 pm in the UU, Bldg 65-219.

The CLFSA is open to all Cal Poly faculty, staff, and administrators who have an interest in Chicana Latino issues in education and who are committed to promoting the goals and objectives of the Association. All current and interested members are welcome.

Note: The terms Chicana and Latino are used to be all inclusive of both MEN and WOMEN.

 

 

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