What’s Happening at the Border Is a Humanitarian Crisis, Not a Political One, Zócalo Public Square article, July 10, 2014
Fields of Screens: Technology Won’t Steal Farm Workers’ Jobs. But It Could Make Them Better.
The Undocumented Student Movement Project is a public humanities project that seeks to document the lives of undocumented youths and, in the process, create a public conversation about what it means to be an immigrant and an American. The project will document and exhibit the words, videos, articles, tweets, art, and actions of immigrant students […]
Gilbert Padilla is a former member of the Community Service Organization that moved to the Central Valley with Cesar Chavez in 1962 to begin the National Farm Workers Association. He is also the primary inspiration for my book, From the Jaws of Victory. I began my education of the farm workers movement by talking to […]
KUCI’s Ask a Leader KCRW’s Good Food, “Matt Bitman; Domestic Truffles; the Legacy of Caesar Chavez” (1/5/2013) WAMC’s The Roundtable, “From the Jaws of Victory: The Triumph and Tragedy of Cesar Chavez and the Farm Worker Movement” (12/3/2012) BlogTalkRadio, “Creating a Life and Business of Significance” (10/22/12) NPR’s Tell Me More, “50 Years on, Reconsidering […]