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


Google's Doodles on the Google.com search page don't frequently stir up too much controversy, but today many users are outraged by the search giant&..

"Congratulations @google for the first time ever, I'm using @bing as a search engine. Maybe you should rethink your google doodle."

Jaime Martinez (center) of Cesar E. Chavez Legacy and Educational Fund leads the 17th annual Cesar Chavez March for Justice through downtown on Saturday, Mar. 30, 2013. Hundreds of people along with and several organizations participated in

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

Google's homepage is known for its 'Doodles' — temporary changes to its homepage logo to commemorate certain days. As defined by Google, its homepage changes are meant to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the