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Everyone remembers Cesar Chavez. But what about Larry Itliong, Philip Vera Cruz, and the Delano Manongs? Uncover where the true origins of the momentous labor movement began – with the Filipino agricultural workers. The Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center, Kalahi, and KmB/Pro People Youth LA celebrate labor organizer Larry Itliong with spoken word, music, and food from the Filipino community.
Learn how to knit in this introductory workshop designed for beginners eager to explore the world of knitting. Sign up at the Center for Student Involvement starting Oct. 11. All workshop materials will be provided. Space is limited.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to join Cal State LA Information Technology Services for its first University-wide informational session. Various topics will be covered in detail, such as the upcoming MyCalStateLA ID system, using OneDrive and Office 365, two-step verification, as well as new ITS online forms.
"The Global Impact of the Russian Revolution" is a part of a series of panels exploring the Russion Revolution of 1917 and its impact on global social justice. Speakers will include Cal State LA history professor Eileen Ford, history and Latin American Studies professor Enrique C. Ochoa, sociology professor Wai Kit Choi and history professor Afshin Matin-Asgari. The series, sponsored by the Departments of History, Sociology and Latin American Studies, is being presented in conjunction with the "Revolutionizing the World?" exhibition being shown this month in the Fine Arts Gallery.