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Community-centered: El Centro Chicano y Latino

“The Provost should provide funding to strengthen the ethnic centers’ budgets… We further recommend that [Stanford provides] each center with three full-time staff positions by September 1, 1990.” In 1989, the University Committee on Minority Issues, established by the President and Provost, made this and other recommendations concerning Stanford’s community centers. Twenty-eight years later, many of these…

Undocumented youth and Stanford students talk immigration struggles, college admissions

Undocumented students from Sequoia High School commanded a crowd of about 70 people with their personal stories of migration and struggle at El Centro Chicano last week. The education session was organized by MeCHA de Stanford, [email protected] [email protected] de Stanford and the First-Generation Low-Income Partnership (FLIP) in collaboration with Redwood City 2020 and Sequoia High School’s Dream Club.