Enjoy free popcorn, free game play, raffle prizes, and great music, or just come and hang out with friends.
Ask questions, explore your mind, be vulnerable and find support at the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center's discussion circles. Queer & trans students of color will discuss topics pertaining to gender, sexuality, race, ableism, politics, pop culture and so much more every other Thursday.
The National Immigration Law Center (NILC) and the L.A. Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA), along with the Dreamers Resource Center, present a workshop for Dreamers.
Please contact LBorjon@calstatela.edu for more information.
Hair wraps or scarves are a necessity black women have used worldwide for different reasons and occasions. Let's learn how to "Wrap It Up" in this interactive tutorial event, including discussion about black hair care and cultural appropriation of black women's traditional hairstyles.
Learn about funding pathways for graduate and professional school. Topics covered include: financial aid, internal and external scholarship and fellowship opportunities, employer tuition assistance, and more. Open to both undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. Register here to attend.
Holler If You Hear Me: Black and Gay in the Church puts the narrative in the hands of black queer people who are struggling with the intersections of sexuality, faith, and race within their church families. Directed by Clay Cane (2015). 60 minutes.
The Independent Visions series features the best in independent film and video. Experience the diverse visions of independent filmmakers through rare documentaries, feature films, shorts, and more!