Join us for a series of events highlighting the Native American/American Indian experience in the U.S. For information, visit our event webpage or contact Monique Smith at (323) 343-6892 or Frederick Smith with the Cross Cultural Centers at (323) 343-5001.
Join us as we talk about the history that was made in the 2018 midterm elections. Guest speakers will discuss the impact Womxn of Color have made and will make through the political climate we currently face.
The College of Arts and Letters and American Communities Program and other organizations on campus for National Humanities Advocacy Day, which will include a series of pop-up performances, information tables, lively debates and more.
Celebrating Social Work Appreciation Month!
Pantry to Plate is a cooking series featuring the Food Pantry’s mobile kitchen. Learn to make easy and healthy meals using foods commonly distributed at the pantry. Enjoy free samples while supplies last! Pantry to Plate is a collaboration between the Office of the Dean of Students and the Center for Student Involvment. Find more information regarding food and housing security initiatives on the Dean of Students webpage.
March is Social Work Appreciation Month! To show our appreciation, the Master of Social Work Student Organization is hosting a Zumba class from 2 to 4 p.m. and an information booth for students providing free refreshments.
Join the Cross Cultural Centers as we explore concepts of masculinity and how these ideas shape and transform how we treat others, particularly our behavior toward women and femmes of color.