The Chicano Faculty and Staff Association (as it was formerly known), was founded in the fall of 1970. According to its Constitution, in Article II: the purpose of the Association was to:
- To promote an exchange of ideas about the policies and issues that affect the progress of Chicanos and Latinos at ASU.
- To establish a better understanding and appreciation, on the part of the university and the community as a whole, of the problems faced by the Chicanos and Latinos at this university;
- To study effective ways and means of expressing our concerns to the proper university officials and to suggest practical remedies for problems.
- To cooperate with student organizations and others who share our concerns and philosophy.
- To educate the larger community about the status of the Chicanos and latinos on campus and to insure that his concerns are heard at the highest levels of the university.
Founding members of the Chicano Faculty and Staff Association are:
- Raul Leyba, School of Social Work
- Justo Alarcón, Dept. of Spanish
- Quino Martinez, Dept. of Spanish
- Manuel P. Servin, Dept. of History
- Roberto Acevedo, Dept. of Spanish
- Conrad Martinez, Community Services Dept.
- Christine Marin, University Libraries
View the Association's 1970-1971 founding constitution and CLFSA Constitution 2021.