I want to ensure that my students understand what Cesar Chavez did and how his legacy can inspire us right now because there is still much more that needs to be done to improve the lives of the people that grow our food and feed this country.
Protests, Movement, and Memory: The Chicano Moratorium By Irene Sanchez Xicana Ph.D Originally published on The Southwest Political Report August
Stop reinforcing the status quo inside or outside academia By Xicana Ph.D. The ivory tower as a whole doesn’t uplift
AB 2772 (Medina) Ethnic Studies Bill Moves Forward in California Xicana Ph.D. By: Irene Sanchez #ethnicstudiesforall Today AB 2772 passed
The Importance of “Staying Rooted” in These Times By Irene Sanchez (Xicana Ph.D.) Remembering who I am has meant for
Rubidoux Resist! A Year Later Xicana Ph.D. By: Irene Sanchez A year after the Rubidoux High School Walkouts in 2017,
The Struggle Continues: Thoughts on Transformative Education By: Xicana Ph.D. I became a high school Latinx Studies teacher this year
Latina Equal Pay Latinas are among the lowest paid workers in the U.S. at 54 cents to the dollar. Today