You are cordially invited to attend GW’s fourth annual Chavez • Huerta • Itliong Celebration and Call to Action.
The event brings community members together to honor the work, values, and dedication of change agents committed to making the world a better place for all. It is a day where we are encouraged to reflect on our collective responsibility to stand for equity and justice and heed the calls of activists before us to continue the struggle for progress.
This year’s theme is Juntos - Magkasama - Together. It highlights the coalition building and collaboration that is necessary for social movements to create an impact.
The Delano Manongs and the Legacy of the Filipino Farmworkers
Thursday, March 28th : Please register here, space is limited
The George Washington University Textile Museum (701 21st St NW)
Documentary screening and discussion with Marissa Aroy and Theodore Gonzalves
Part of the Norman Rockwell Four Freedoms Exhibit
Chavez • Huerta • Itliong Day of Commitment and Call to Action
Friday, March 29th: Registration not required, but for our help, please sign-up here
If you would like to volunteer, please sign up here (time slots and roles are on the sign up form)
Cloyd Heck Marvin Center (800 21st St NW) – 3rd Floor
9:30am – 4:30pm
Values Fair | Marvin 309
Workshops | Marvin 307 & 308
Peace Room | Marvin 311
Museum Room | Marvin 310
5pm – 7pm (Doors open at 4:30)
Closing Ceremony | Continental Ballroom
Panel Discussion: Coalition building in the farm worker movement
Refreshments will be served