Ruben Salazar Exhibit at Cal State LA (10-23-14 to 3-27-14)

Ruben Salazar Exhibit

Ruben Salazar Exhibit


A multimedia presentation of his life and his work and its continuing impact.
 
OPENING RECEPTION
Co-hosted by The Pat Brown Institute and the Chican@ LatinUniversity Association
 
Thursday, October 23, 2014  |  4pm – 6pm
Cal State L.A. John F. Kennedy Library North Walkway
 
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Exhibit is from October 23, 2014 – March 27, 2015
Cal State L.A. John F. Kennedy Library North 1st Floor
 
The exhibit will showcase key aspects of Ruben Salazar’s life, career and their  social context such as  particular articles and critical issues he stressed on education and police community relations, agricultural labor, the transition from Mexican American to Chicano, events he covered and commented on.  It is important to display key works whose very content still resonates with the discourse of today. The exhibit will have available video and print materials for use in class room presentation along with bibliographic information including key online resources.
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