Rudy Acuna

Founder of the Chicano Studies Department, Cal State University Northridge

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Founder of the Chicano Studies Department at Cal State Northridge and author of Occupied America: A History of Chicanos

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Dr. Rudy Acuña founded the Chicano Studies Department at California State University Northridge. At 78, he still teaches in what's become the largest program of its kind in the nation.

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Dr. Rudy Acuña founded the Chicano Studies Department at California State University Northridge. At 78, he still teaches in what's become the largest program of its kind in the nation.

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