Ms. Rosie Castro will deliver a keynote on Leadership and the Cesar Chavez Celebration. Uplifting our students to understand the past and how it is reflects in their future.
Ms. Elvira Leal, Assistant Vice President for Community Relations will open the event and set the purpose.
Video of the Cesar Chavez Exhibit held at the UTSA Community Center
Dr. Myron Anderson, Vice President of Inclusive Excellence will introduce Dr. Taylor Eighmy, UTSA President
Dr. Taylor Eighmy, UTSA President will introduce Ms. Rosie Castro, Keynote Speaker
Ms. Karla Broadus, Project Coordinator African American Studies, moderator for the event, who will address the questions from the audience for Ms. Castro.
UTSA College of Education and Human Development Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (REGSS), Westside Partnership Initiative, Office of Civic Engagement, Race Ethnicity Gender Sexuality Studies, African American Studies