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It was a wonderful experience to be in community and in solidarity with La Causa Sigue honoring Cesar Chavez & Dolores Huerta, Emma Tenayuca, Rebecca Flores and many other civil rights leaders. CECLEF is very inclusive and provides our office with an opportunity to support the march. The Castro family served as Grand Marshalls and it brings such pride to honor them and their work, especially Rosie who inspires perseverance. We engaged with members of the surrounding neighborhood, elected officials past and present and high school students. It was an energizing experience and extra special to have music all along the route. The weather was perfect and the march was well rounded with UFW President Emeritus Arturo Rodriguez.
Deeply inspired by the leadership of students and participation of the panelists.
Truly enjoyed the conversation with Secretary Cardona. He was inspiring and I appreciate how he communicated that all of our stories are unique and exceptional. Also, to hear the Sec. of Education focus on supporting students through wrap around services. Affirming as we continue working with students and with community.