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Wo Ai Ni (I Love You) Mommy follows the story of a young Chinese girl who was adopted by a Jewish Long Island family. The film documents her life before her adoption in China and a short journey of her new life in America. Directed by Stephanie Wang-Breal, 2010, 77 minutes.
3 original plays by CSULA students.
Campus closed in observance of holiday.
Do you have extra, quality clothing lying around in your bedroom? Stop by the Eagle Exchange and trade your clothes for something you’d like. Any leftover clothes will be donated to the Los Angeles Salvation Army.
Activist, feminist, and best-selling author and playwright Pearl Cleage returns to Cal State L.A. to share her new memoir. Pearl Cleage’s daughter has never wanted to read her mother’s diaries, and after she vetoes Cleage’s plan to leave them to her granddaughter, Cleage revisits her lifelong journal to understand why it matters so much to her. The result is this “representative sample” covering the 1970s and the 1980s, when Cleage was in her twenties and thirties and living in Atlanta.