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The Bradley Center Project

The Tom and Ethel Bradley Center is creating a catalog for the Farmworker Movement Collection exhibition titled “Hope and Dignity: The Farmworker Movement”, to open late summer this year at the Museum of Social Justice. Dr. Kirkton, the curator, selected a large number of photos (around 400) which will be purposely displayed without the support of any text. The concept here is to visually represent the racial and intergenerational diversity of the people who participated in the movement without any ranking or classification.

For this reason, the center wants to create a 24-page (11x8.5) catalog, so that visitors can connect the photographs in the exhibition with the digital collection and University Library resources at CSUN. The center is also planning to use QR codes in the “Hope and Dignity” exhibition catalog which will link to information about the Farmworker Movement; for example, videos containing oral histories the Center has conducted with key figures in the movement. That way, visitors can learn more when they leave without having to search through different resources.

For "Hope and Dignity", the Bradley Center is planning to fundraise $10,000 to pay for the printing of 5,000-10,000 copies. The museum staff will be responsible for handling the graphic design of the catalog.

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*Photo Descriptions and Credit

César Chávez (right) and Robert Kennedy (center) at the end of Chávez's 23-day fast. Delano, March 10, 1968. Photograph by John Kouns.

Dolores Huerta on the bull horn as grower Jack Pandol tapes her. Delano area, 1966. Photograph by John Kouns.

Children gleaning onions, California, 1961. Photograph by John Kouns.

Kathy Lynch, Larry Itliong, César Chávez, and Daniel de los Reyes singing and holding hands at Filipino Hall, Delano, ca.1966. Photo by Emmon Clarke. 

William King and marchers walking on the road during the march to Sacramento, 1966. Photo by John Kouns.

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