Headed, co-authored, and designed an exhibit, hardcover book, and series of events recounting the untold story of Chicanos in Arizona. I worked closely with Dr. Pete Dimas (Emeritus Director of Southwest Studies, Phoenix College; Scholar/Consultant, Smithsonian Latino Center), Bryant Partida (UCLA), and Marco Antonio Rosales (UC Davis), who co-authored and edited the project.
The exhibit and book tie CPLC to the broader history of Chicanos (Mexican-Americans) in Arizona, which serves the dual purpose of:
Advancing CPLC's mission of empowering underserved communities by highlighting the significant but often untold history of Latinos in Arizona
Promoting CPLC's significance as an organization by highlighting its substantial role in this broader context