This display honors César Chávez’s legacy as an educator, environmentalist, and civil rights leader. It includes publications such as Jacques E. Levy’s Cesar Chávez : autobiography of La Causa and Robert L. Holmes and Barry L. Gan’s Nonviolence in theory and practice. These books help educate us about the life of Chávez who was born into poverty, raised by migrant workers, and courageously dedicated his life to improving conditions for workers across the country.
Check out this display on the First Floor of the Leatherby Libraries through the end of March 2023.
The complete bibliography for this display can be viewed in the Chapman Digital Commons here.
This display is curated by Leatherby Libraries student employees Kalea Brown ’26, Isabella Piechota ’25, and Arianna Tillman ’25.
The Leatherby Libraries’ Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts align with the Chapman University Strategic Plan for Diversity & Inclusion, fostering a diverse and inclusive campus climate.