Did you know it would take the average Black family 228 years to build the same wealth as a white family today? Often times we discuss the wage gap, but we sometimes forget about the racial wealth gap as well. Join us to dive deeper into the racial wealth gap and its very real consequences.
The Black experience and struggle include (un)documentation. Join us to honor and center the stories that often go unacknowledged.
The University Library will feature an exhibit of historical photos, documents and community newspapers chronicling the 1968 East L.A. Walkouts, curated by Cal State LA alumnus Raul Ruiz. The display will include photos taken by Ruiz, who was a student, journalist, photographer and activist in 1968. Ruiz captured powerful images for the Chicano Student News newspaper, including school administrators trying to stop students from marching into the streets and police arresting protesters.
In the face of environmental changes and encroaching modernization in rural Waimea, Mele Murals is a documentary about the transformative power of modern graffiti art and ancient Hawaiian culture for a new generation of Native Hawaiians. Directed by Tadashi Nakamura, 2016, 66 minutes.
This one-day technical conference provides an opportunity to hear about the latest data science-related research in a number of domains; learn how leading-edge companies are leveraging data science for success; and connect with potential mentors, collaborators and others in the field.
Spring into giving by donating nonperishable food items to the Cal State LA Food Pantry from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. during the March food drive that runs until March 26. Your generous donation supports Cal State LA Students. For more information on what food items to give, visit us online at: www.calstatela.edu/deanofstudents/food-pantry