Tucson’s decision last week to pass a holiday honoring Cesar Chavez bumped its official paid holiday count to 11.
Chants of “Si, se puede” erupted in Tucson City Council chambers as dozens cheered the creation of Tucson’s Cesar Chavez holiday on Tuesday night.
A proposed holiday to honor labor leader Cesar Chavez could cost taxpayers $500,000.
Councilwoman Regina Romero believes the time to honor one of Arizona’s most renowned figures is long overdue.
With a new year upon us, we are presented an opportunity to reflect — to look back on our recent history and the greater legacy we can leave behind.
A civil-rights complaint regarding TUSD's treatment of Latinos has been resolved through a voluntary agreement with the district.
Montserrat Caballero, right, reads a book about Cesar Chavez called "Harvesting Hope" to a PACE preschool class at Ochoa Elementary.
A class in Mexican-American studies was held in a Tucson Unified School District school Friday and there was not a damn thing the state could do about it.
"Where there had once been despair, César gave workers a reason to hope," President Obama said during the dedication of César Chávez's home and headquarters as a national monument on Monday.
KEENE, Calif. - President Obama on Monday designated the home of Latino labor leader César Chávez as a national monument, calling Chávez a hero who brought hope to millions of poor, disenfranchised farmworkers who otherwise might have remained "invisible" to much of the nation.
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis unveils the mosaic created by students in Pima's Las Artes Arts and Education Center.
A tile mosaic of César Chávez created by Tucson-area students was unveiled this week in the U.S. Labor Department's Hall of Honor in Washington, D.C.