Panelists: Professor Enrique Ochoa, Latin American Studies, Cal State LA; Professor Gabriel Gutierrez, Chicana and Chicano Studies, CSUN; Professor Kristine Bezdecny, Geosciences and Environment, Cal State LA; Professor Alejandra Marchevsky, Liberal Studies, Cal State LA; and Exhibition Artist Minerva Cuevas. Moderator: Professor Leda Ramos.
Organized by the Department of Chicana(o) and Latina(o) Studies, MEChA de Cal State LA, Latin American Studies and the Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State LA.
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.
Become a part of Cal State LA History! Special Collections & Archives at the University Library is collecting materials on Cal State LA student life and culture to preserve our diverse and rich culture. As a student at Cal State LA your participation in today’s action is worth preserving. Consider sharing your posters, pictures and other materials at the collecting day event. Staff will assist in scanning your materials if you are interested in contributing a digital copy to the archives.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join us on a journey of healing and empowerment as participants share their stories on T-shirts to be strewn throughout a clothesline. These powerful stories will be used to tell the stories of those who have overcome domestic violence.
The most dangerous place for a woman in the U.S. is in her own home. Private Violence explores the issue of domestic violence, through the eyes of two survivors who kept their experiences hidden and private from friends, family, and neighbors. Directed by Cynthia Hill, 2014, 77 minutes.
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 p.m. Sept. 15.