Resources

Department Resources

Chicanx Latinx Studies Library Catalog

 


Voter Mobilization Resources

Resources from our speakers at Voting Rights and Voter Mobilization Zoom Kick Off Event

Eileen Ma, Advancing Justice

ALC Volunteer Phonebank

Karen Kandamby, PEOC Volunteer Form:

Volunteer - Join the NDWA Text Team

Volunteer to Help Pass Schools and Communities First

Isa Noyola, Migente

votajota.com

mijente.net

fueratrump

Phone Banking sessions hosted by IDCLS: [sign up link coming soon]


2020 Election Resources

Check your registration status at https://www.vote.org/ 

You need to re-register if you have moved!

Voter registration guide in Spanish: https://www.aquisevota.com/

Also has volunteer opportunities in Spanish and guides for how to talk to your friends and family about voting

Volunteer opportunities:

Sign up for a Phonebank (Sun 12 – 3, Tues, Wed, Thur 4-7)Sign up for our Spanish Phonebanks on Wednesdays!

Sign up for a training (Mondays 4 – 6)Or get set up on your own to text your family & friends!! 

retireguide.com/guides/seniors-voting-guide-2020/

This free resource addresses how to safely vote this November and dives into some of the issues that matter to seniors such as the future of prescription drug prices, Medicare, Social Security and more.


Claremont Colleges Resources

Chicano Latino Student Affairs (website)

Phone (909) 621-8044
Hours  M-F 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
E-mail clsa@claremont.edu

Address

Tranquada Student Services Center, 2nd floor

757 College Way Claremont, CA 91711

Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services (website)

Phone 909-621-8202
Fax 909-621-8482
After hours emergency 909-621-8202; press 1 for the on-call therapist
Address

Tranquada Student Services Center, 1st floor

757 College Way Claremont, CA 91711

The Chaplain's Office (website)

Phone 909-621-8685
Fax 909-621-8304
E-mail chaplains@claremont.edu
Address

McAlister Center for Religious Activities

919 North Columbia Avenue Claremont, CA 91711