This film explores the extraordinary life of Grace Lee Boggs, 99, a Chinese American philosopher, writer and activist in Detroit with a thick FBI file and a surprising vision of what an American revolution can be. Rooted in 75 years of the labor, civil rights and Black Power movements, she continually challenges a new generation to throw off old assumptions, think creatively, and redefine revolution for our times. Directed by Grace Lee, 2014, 90 minutes.
Join students, faculty, and staff for a day of service! All Golden Eagles are invited to come together to serve our community. Transportation is provided. Space is limited so secure your spot today. Sign-up in the Center for Student Involvement, U-SU, Room 204 by October 17.
Cal State L.A. vs. Cal Poly Pomona
Cal State L.A. vs. UC San Diego
The iconic Malian desert blues group Tinariwen returns to the Luckman! Named "Best African Band" by Rolling Stone, Tinariwen was formed in 1979 by group members from Tessalit, an oasis in the Sahara Desert in northern Mali. The group, whose name translates to "deserts," draws their style of music from rock as well as African and Middle Eastern music mixing acoustic and electric guitars, electric bass, drums, and gnarled picking patterns from West African lutes.
Experience the crashed car exhibit provided by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) of Los Angeles. See the tragic results of one person’s decision to drive while intoxicated.