Pronounced as “cutie pock,” stands for queer and trans people of color. QTPOC Thursdays is a weekly gathering space for queer and trans people of color to ask questions, explore, and dialogue about gender, sexuality, race, ableism, politics, pop culture and so much more every Thursday.
Join us for Black Talk, where we talk issues relevant to the black student community. Today, we’re discussing dating, dating choices, and the politics of romantic relationships in the black community through the lens of Beyonce’s Lemonade and Jay-Z’s 4:44.
Have you ever really gotten to know your professors? Their journey in life or their interests outside of the classroom? Join the Chicanx/Latinx Student Resource Center as we take a time out from classes and homework assignments to get to know some professors who teach at Cal State LA.
Dr. Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis, faculty at Seattle University, examines the queer politics of welfare and poverty in the U.S. In addition to his scholarly work, DeFilippis is the founder and former executive director of Queers for Economic Justice.
Interested in leadership for social justice, but don’t know where to begin? Join the Cross Cultural Centers for a five-week series of workshops for new and seasoned student leaders to explore self-identity, learn concepts, network, and develop skills necessary to envision a world that is better and more socially just. Applications available at the Cross Cultural Centers, 2nd floor, U-SU or online, and are due by 5 pm Sept. 15.
We’re taking submissions and applications for our show, Angry Black Woman, scheduled for Feb. 15-16, 2018. The “Angry Black Woman” is a race-gendered myth and stereotype that promotes anti-black and anti-blackwoman thoughts, beliefs, and practices in our society, and attempts to keep black women in a simultaneous space of subordination, servitude, and silence.