DJ Lynnée Denise, a lecturer for the Pan-African Studies Department at Cal State LA, will curate a panel discussion on the race, class and gender perspectives missed in the euphoria and excitement of the 2018 Marvel film Black Panther. She will be joined by Dylan Rodriguez from UC Riverside and Funmilola Fagbamilia from the Pan-African Studies Department at Cal State LA. Black Panther will be screened by Guillermo Granizo's "Olympic Fantasy" mural outside the University Gymnasium on Friday, August 24.
Join us for an outdoor screening of Black Panther! Bring your friends and family, blankets, lawn chairs and pillows for comfort. Activities and concession snacks are free while supplies last! This screening is in conjunction with "Missed in the Euphoria of Black Panther," a critical panel discussion taking place in the U-SU Theatre on Thursday, August 23.
As Self Help Graphics & Art enters its 45th anniversary, this exhibition in partnership with the Cal State LA Fine Arts Gallery looks back on decades of artistic innovation and excellence, organizational resilience and expanded activity. We also take this time to look forward toward an exciting evolution of Chicana/o and Latinx aesthetics. Founded by Franciscan nun Sister Karen Boccalero and local Chicano artists Carlos Bueno, Antonio Ibañez, and Frank Hernandez inside a garage in East L.A.
Rodriguez returns to the Luckman performing his classic hits and the songs that helped shape his fascinating life. Rodriguez began his music career in the '60s, but without any enthusiastic response, he was ultimately let go by his label and forced to work outside the music industry.
Connect with campus departments at the Golden Eagle Village. Visit their tables and learn about the resources and opportunities that they offer. As a reward, you can enter a special prize drawing for a chance to win a Spirit Pack filled with Cal State LA gear.