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September 15 - October 15
Lunch and Learn with Tamarindo Podcast
September 20 at 1 pm
REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Eventbrite.com
In-person: CCSJ (AD-109) | Lunch will be provided by CaliFuze*
Friday Flicks: In the Heights
September 29 from 2 pm – 4:30 pm
In-person: CAA-218 | Popcorn Drinks and Snacks
Historia Del Cacao y Sus Beneficios (History of Cocoa and Its Benefits)
October 3 at 11 am
Embracing Opportunities: I Am Chaffey con Pan Dulce with Professor Luis Fernandez, Chicano Studies
October 5 at 2 pm
In-person: CCSJ (AD-109) and Virtual via Zoom
Calling All Artists Calaveras Workshops
in collaboration with Wignall Museum
Oct. 11: Chino (Quad) | 10–1pm (In-person)
Rancho CAA-210 | 10–1pm (In-person)
Oct. 12: Fontana Lobby FNAC Building | 10–1pm (In-person)
Wall of Calavera Exhibit
October 30 at 2 pm
In-person: CAA Art Gallery
*Attendance to in-person event required
Context: The following photos are from Merton E. Hill's bulletin 1928 "Development of an Americanization Program", in which a former principal of Chaffey Union High School created and implemented an educational program for Mexican migrants in order to assimilate them into the United States.
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"An attentive class in Escuelita" from Merton E. Hill's Development of an Americanization Program, 1928.
"More pictures of the classes attending Esquelita" from Merton E. Hill's Development of an Americanization Program, 1928.