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Isaiah Chavez

Isaiah is a driven and ambitious young man currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in Business Management with a minor in International and Global Studies. Isaiah has always been fascinated by the interconnectedness of the world and the diverse cultures that shape it. Isaiah enjoys reading in his free time, spending time with family, and exploring new cultures through food. Isaiah is currently set to graduate in May 2024 and will be attending Quinnipiac University School of Law next fall!

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  • Silvia Benavides

    Great Timeline! It’s nice to see A timeline related to Mexican Americans and their Legal empowerment.

  • Bella Gutierrez

    This is an intersting infographic as a Mexican-American. The color scheme fitting the Mexican flag and photos relating to the topic helps understand the story better. This infographic highlights the social and legal challenges Mexican-Americans have endured throughout the years and how Gus Garcia and otehr leaders tackled segregation. The struggle for decades by the Mexican-Americna community and its results can be seen inthe community and at St. Marys. Congrats on your nomination!

  • Isaac Fellows

    This is such an interesting and accessible way to present this information, so great job on that! It’s interesting how important many of these events and legal cases have had just a profound effect on the United States political system, and yet are rarely talked about, especially in Texas public schools. The fight for simple recognition continues to this day, unfortunately enough.

  • Deven Garcia

    What a captivating timeline! The meticulous layout and thoughtfully chosen color scheme seamlessly complemented your topic. Your exploration and emphasis on Mexican American History are commendable. Your work delves into this rich tapestry and amplifies its significance. You did an outstanding job capturing and highlighting this vital heritage aspect!

  • Quinten Mero

    Hi Isaiah, great timeline. The work you have put into this project is certainly shining through! The detail you have gone into about Mexican American struggles is very informative. I was most interested in learning about the Bracero program that allowed migrant workers from Mexico to work in the United States. The video you provided was great to watch and I learned a lot.

  • Esmeralda Gomez

    Hi Isaiah! This was a great interactive piece of history that I was actually very familiar with. I took Dr. Garcia’s US Civil Rights: The Latino Experience with her last semester and was actually very pleased to have seen everything we covered within this timeline. I enjoyed viewing your creation and I wish you further success in your academic career and nomination with this work! Fantastic job.

  • Ana Barrientos

    Hi Isaiah, I really enjoyed your timeline! I loved the colors that you used especially the red white and green to symbolize the Mexican flag. I also enjoyed how well the timeline flowed. I think learning about this, is important because a lot of people don’t know too much about Mexican American history, it’s not talked about enough. Overall, great job!

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