Shanghai Girls is a novel about two sisters who leave Shanghai to find new lives in Los Angeles in the 1930s. Leaving home and adapting to a new country, the two women experience harsh realities of discrimination, sacrifice, and life-changing choices. Join the Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center as we capture their journey through a mixed-art display. #APIatCalStateLA #WithTheAPISRC #ShanghaiGirls
Joe Jimenez, author of The Possibilities of Mud, shares his poetry of self-reflection and being grounded in nature, after a near-fatal exit from a very bad romantic relationship. #WiththeGSRC #CLSRCFamilia #CupOfCulture
This forum will feature a variety of voices supporting the implementation of the Fair, Accurate, Inclusive and Respectful Educational Act (also known as the FAIR Act) that was passed in 2011 in California. Community-based professionals, administrators, educators, and elected officials will speak on ways to integrate LGBTQ content in the K-12 curriculum and why it is important for our state and communities. #FAIRAct #InclusiveEducation #LGBTQEducation
Join us as representatives from Cal State L.A.’s Area and Ethnic Studies departments and programs share the benefits of taking classes in Asian/Asian American Studies, Chican@ Studies, Latin American Studies, and Pan-African Studies to your personal and academic life.