For more information on this program, refer to the Oct. 10 event.
Do you or your family members have professional wear that they don't need anymore? Bring the clothes to campus today for the Dress for Success organization in Downtown L.A. We will collect donations and make cards of encouragement. Clothes must be clean and in good condition.
The power and strength of women is often overlooked in fields and professions that are deemed “men’s work,” like STEM, academia, and sports. These fields have plenty of successful and inspirational women who are often ignored and discriminated against. This panel of women professionals explore the biases and prejudices they face, and how they survive and endure.
Welcome to Café Nights! You and your study buddies are invited to relax, study, and enjoy live acoustic music by talented local artists. Free study supplies and beverages will be provided while supplies last.
Treasure explores the life of Shelley “Treasure” Hilliard, a 19-year-old from Detroit who was brutally murdered in a transphobic hate crime. The crime, however, was not prosecuted as such. With footage of Treasure, her mother, her friends, law enforcement, and community activists, this film is about projections, perceptions, and communities misrepresented and misunderstood. Directed by dream hampton and Natasha T. Miller. 2015. 63 minutes.
By Milcha Sanchez-Scott
Directed by Steve Rothman