Knox students celebrate Flunk Day 2021, a.k.a., The Comeback Flunk, with painting, games, food, and more.
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M.E.Ch.A. is an acronym for Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlan, which translates to Chicano Student Movement from Aztlan. M.E.Ch.A. is much more than a club. M.E.Ch.A. came out of the Chicano Movement of the 1960's, and it was founded on the principles of self-determination, education, and desire to liberate our people from institutional or individual oppression.
The main focus of M.E.Ch.A is to promote student activism for higher education, culture, the history of Chicanos and solidarity with other groups of minority. We strive to broaden the understanding of the Knox community by hosting events that incorporate Mexican culture, history and bring attention to the struggles that affect us as a minority. In addition, as a chapter of a national organization, we aim to bring attention to political issues affecting minority students on our campus and campuses throughout the nation. We welcome anyone to our events and meetings who are interested in learning more about M.E.ChA or becoming an active member.
We meet every Monday at 6:00pm at the Human Rights Center.
Follow us on the M.E.Ch.A. Facebook page.
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