In the late 1960s, Sac State served as an important site for Chicana/o student organizers who sought to revolutionize academia from inside and make impactful changes in the community. In 2012, a group of Chicana/o movement elders formed The Sacramento Movimiento Chicano and Mexican American Education Oral History Project. The purpose of the collective was to record oral histories capturing Chicana/o activists’ involvement in and contributions to the Mexican American civil rights movement in Sacramento from 1965 through 1980. The Project successfully collected 98 richly detailed and textured oral histories. Seventy-five (75) interviews are currently available online. The remaining videos will soon be published.