Google Doodle Honoring Cesar Chavez is Not a Big Shift for Google


Children get a lesson on earthworms from Andy Vaughan, from the "School Garden Program," during the San Gabriel Valley Conservation Corps Cesar Chavez Service Learning Day, at Earthworks Farm and Community Garden, in El Monte, Saturday, March

As police work to finalize plans for increased patrols on Cesar Chavez Day, a group of Chico State students in California is working to curb what it calls “disrespectful” celebrations of the holiday named for the civil rights and labor leader. Over the

Today, Google chose to honor legendary labor leader Cesar Chavez with one of their Google Doodles – the temporary homepage logos used to commemorate certain days — because it's his birthday. On most days, the move wouldn't stir up much controversy.

A posed picture of Latino civil rights activist Cesar Chavez taken in the 1960s during a march in Delano, Calif., shows the then 10-year-old Orendain carrying a United Farm Workers flag with “huelga,” the Spanish word for strike on it. He remembers his

Today, Google chose to honor legendary labor leader Cesar Chavez with one of their Google Doodles – the temporary homepage logos used to commemorate certain days — because it's his birthday. On most days, the move wouldn't stir up much controversy.