Discuss with students the ways in which most changes have both good and bad effects. Emphasize the importance of including both kinds of effects in their newscasts to present as many sides of the issues as possible.
You can explore many resources dealing with changes and trends at the California State University at Fullerton Web site.
Information about Dolores Huerta and her co-founding a labor union for farm workers.
The California Department of Education site has resources about Huerta and César Chávez.
Explain to students that many 20th century artists have contributed to the multicultural form that the arts take. Sculptor Isamu Noguchi built a name as one of America's and Japan's most important artists.
You may want to explain to students that Sacramento, the state capitol, is home to several museums that appeal to different kinds of people. The Towe Auto Museum features classic automobiles.
Explain that Heather Fong's Chinese American heritage and her knowledge of Chinese dialects have helped her serve the people of San Francisco. A photograph of Fong marching in the Cherry Blossom Festival grand parade in Japantown, San Francisco is at a commercial site, but you may want to print the photograph and show it to students.