ONLINE—Join the Museum of Sonoma County for a fascinating conversation with labor organizer and activist Alicia Sanchez and Museum Associate Director and History Curator, Eric Stanley.
Alicia Sanchez was born in El Paso, Texas to parents who were farmworkers and later moved to California with her family. After graduation from law school, she went to work for United Farm Workers for Cesar Chavez where she began her path of life long advocacy and leadership. Sanchez will be speaking about her experiences as a lifelong advocate for human rights and what inspired her to follow this path. She will also be answering questions from the audience. Sanchez is currently featured in the “From Suffrage to #MeToo: Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County”
exhibition. Date: August 13, 2020 7:00-8:30pm Platform: Zoom link upon registration: https://museumsc.org/events/?eid=6738
For more information about this and other programs from the Museum of Sonoma County visit https://museumsc.org/events/ This exhibition is supported by California Humanities through a Humanities for All Quick Grant.