Gracia Molina de Pick, an activist-scholar and feminista, was one of the founders and faculty member for the university's Third College (Thurgood Marshall College) as well as the first person to teach Chicano/a studies at UCSD. She has been a lifelong proponent of educational reform and has been a driving force in San Diego's educational system.
In 2008 her generous gift-the first endowed fund for our program-renewed commitment and continued support for the Chicano/a-Latino/a Arts & Humanities program minor.
To learn more about Gracia Molina de Pick and the endowed fund click here.
UCSD Library Farmworker Documentation Archive & 'The March to Sacramento 1966' Event. A short video of the historic event in which key advisors to Cesar Chavez, LeRoy Chatfield & Roberto Bustos, discuss momentous March to Sacramento.
Want to Intern and Earn UCSD Units? CLAH has partnered with Academic Internship Program and the Cesar Chavez Service Clubs to provide a unique and enriching internship opportunity! For more details check out our flyer!