On February 13, we proposed a Faculty Diversity Initiative to UCLA Chancellor Albert Carnesale, followed the next week by a town hall with community members in order to discuss the proposal and the underlying educational issues and challenges facing our increasingly diverse state.
On February 13, the four ethnic studies centers at UCLA, including the CSRC, submitted a faculty diversity initiative to Chancellor Albert Carnesale.
"The four ethnic research centers at UCLA will unveil a proposal today asking the university for additional faculty to help the centers keep pace with California’s growing minority population."
Daily Bruin, February 17, 2003
This month the Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC) will release two policy briefs on Latinos and education in California. The data -- drawn from the California Department of Education and the U.S. Census -- reveals that Chicanos and other Latinos in the state face shocking disparities in terms of access to quality education.
We start this year with a new monthly bulletin of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC).
Article mentions Chicano Study Research Center's Latino Policy and Issues Brief.
Los Angeles Times, August 15, 2002