Exploring gender, sexuality, class, and race, The Grey Area follows incarcerated women who get introduced to feminism and women’s studies while behind bars, and explores the effect the classes have on their lives and identities. Directed by Noga Ashkenazi, 2012, 65 minutes.
By Bruce Norris
Directed by Theresa Larkin
Venue: State Playhouse
Performances: November 13-14, 18-21 at 7:30 p.m, with matinee Nov. 15 at 2:30 p.m.
EagleFest is a free event for prospective students and their families to explore what Cal State LA has to offer. There will be information tables, tours, workshops, entertainment, prizes, and much more! Free parking in Lot 5.
Stop by the Cross Cultural Centers during these two weeks to see the faces and learn the names of Trans* individuals whose lives were taken too soon. Be sure to join us for the event on Thursday, November 19, as we discuss how our current social justice movements can serve as allies for the Trans community.
Did you know that no act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted? If you would like to get involved in our community, join us for A Week of Kindness. For more information contact the Center for Student Involvement, U-SU Room 204.
From marriage equality, to Obamacare/Affordable Care Act, to affirmative action, housing discrimination and voting rights, the U.S. Supreme Court makes decisions that shape our daily lives. The Pan African Student Resource Center invites you to explore the U.S. Supreme Court system and its recent rulings.