Speaker: Dr. Yong Chen, professor of history at UC Irvine.
Cosponsored by the Asian and Asian American Studies Program and the Department of History at Cal State L.A.
Learn about the dangers of alcohol and drug use and discover new ways to stay healthy. Be sure to enter the prize drawing for a chance to win an awesome prize!
From ancient Japanese lore comes a magical legend in the form of hope and love. It was said that the one who folds a thousand paper cranes would be granted a wish carried on their wings. Join the APISRC as we embark on this journey and learn to fold origami paper cranes. By the end of it all, you will be able to write your hopes and dreams on the wings of your creations and let them fly! #Origami101 #APIHeritageMonth
At the event, this year's student-edited Statement Magazine will be unveiled and distributed, and the Dean's Prizes in Poetry and Prose and the Colonnade Gallery Art Prizes in Painting and Photography will be announced. Contributors to this issue will read from their published poetry and prose, and art from the issue will be exhibited. The event is free and open to the public. Classes are welcome. Doors open for a reception at 5:45 p.m. with the formal program scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
Before heading out to L.A./West Hollywood LGBT Pride in a few weeks, arm yourself with some knowledge. It was transgender communities that paved the road to resistance that led to the liberation of queer communities. Screaming Queens documents the organized protests in San Francisco that happened three years before the well-documented Stonewall Inn protests in NYC. Directed by Susan Stryker, 2005, 58 minutes.