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Mar 12, 2018

In the 1970s, 1,500 organized workers of Puerto el Triunfo in El Salvadormostly womenwere among the more privileged laborers in the country. Then, state repression eliminated union leaders or drove them into exile. By 1990, the industry collapsed. This film provides a window into neoliberalism and gendered labor practices.


Mar 13, 2018

Join us for spring semester markets showcasing various food, drinks and craft booths from independent vendors and farmers from the Alhambra Farmers Market. Don’t forget your reusable bags! You’ll need them to carry around those organic and locally grown fruits, breads, honey and more. 

Mar 13, 2018

Join us as renowned scholars Kate Brown, of the University of Maryland, and Robert Brown, of Whittier College, analyze the nation-state as an inherently limited framework to understand the global nature of the environment and environmental crises. The speakers will examine alternative discourses, mobilizations and movements that may be better able to address the future of our planet. Reception to follow in the Cross Cultural Centers.

Mar 14, 2018

Join us for the 20th Annual Cal State LA Distinguished Women Awards. This event honors women faculty, staff and administrators at Cal State LA for their many outstanding achievements and contributions to the community. Introductions of recipients will begin at 3:30 p.m.

Mar 15, 2018

The argument over Trans inclusion in feminism, women's colleges and sororities is often framed as an either/or discussion with women's empowerment. In reality, both gender expression and women’s empowerment can be a part of the broader feminist project of creating gender justice. A panel of distinguished speakers will discuss.

Mar 15, 2018

This award-winning documentary is an endearing and essential portrait of Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga, whose discovery of governmental misconduct during World War II was crucial to the National Council for Japanese Americans Redress lawsuit of 1983. The filmmaker will be present during the screening. Directed by Janice D. Tanaka, 2016, 83 minutes. 


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