Do you love the rhythms of West African and Afro-Cuban percussion? The Pan-African Studies department, Latin American Studies program, and the Pan African Student Resource Center are pairing up with Baba Yagbe Awolowo Onilu, an instructor who has studied Ifa, West African and Afro-Cuban music, and has extensive knowledge of the African diaspora music, dance, and religion. Join us for a hands-on class and learn to master the West African and Afro-Cuban bells, shekeres, and drums! #BlackAtCalStateLA #BlackMusic
A powerful insight into the culture of emergency medicine. Come and engage with us at a screening of the infamous and award-winning documentary CODE BLACK. The film offers a tense, doctor’s-eye view, right into the heart of the healthcare debate bringing us face-to-face with America’s only 24/7 safety net.
Have a business idea? Interested in pitching your idea? Sign up to participate by midnight on March 7th. Applicants who are chosen will be a part of the traning session leading up to the night of The Business Pitch. For application: http://www.calstatelabusiness.com/tbpapplication.
Witness Mulberry Child: A Memoir of China, Jian Ping’s coming-of-age story as the daughter of a senior government official and her family’s struggle to survive China’s Cultural Revolution from 1966-1979. The story follows Ping’s life, addressing universal issues between mothers and daughters, triumph and adversity, and overcoming immigrant challenges. Directed by Susan Morgan Cooper, 2011, 85 minutes.
Join us to learn more about Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Cal State L.A., and to recognize the achievements of those graduating with a minor or post baccalaureate certificate in WGSS.