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Fulcrum Arts
495 E. Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91101


March of 66 was a pivotal moment for the American Farm Worker’s Movement. JTLab’s project partner, Cesar E. Chavez National Monument, would like to raise awareness of this march by establishing its route as a new interpretive trail. The trail will be distinguished by markers at each of the 20 towns through which the trail passes. Each unique marker provides an opportunity for engagement through the act of taking a rubbing from that site, leaving every visitor with a personal document of their travel in the marchers’ footsteps. The end of the trail in Sacramento will be marked with a larger monument that commemorates both the march and a special dedication to “Los Originales” – those who walked the march’s full 250 miles. The concept developed for the trail honors the legacy of the march, ennobles an often forgotten community, and tells the march’s story of social justice.