Dance Wars is back! Support your fellow Golden Eagles as they leave it all on the stage with some amazing dance routines, and vote your favorite to win! If you want to compete, sign up in CSI by November 3rd.
Hip-Hop, rap music, fried chicken, French braids, twerking. Success, history makers, the cultural originators, the Civil Rights risk-takers. Do you correlate these items with Black Culture? What is Black Culture? How accurate is the representation of Black Culture in the U.S.? What is an accurate representation of Black Culture via film, television, advertisement, and in reality? Bring your thoughts and ideas to our Black Talk.
Win twice with a paid internship. Learn about the different types of internships, the internship process, internship sites, how to prepare for internship competitions, and how to get the most out of your internship.
What happens when you’re young, Chicana/o Latina/o, and get involved romantically with someone who doesn’t identify as such? Join us for a fun and fast-paced group discussion about interracial romance, and the ways our Chicana/o Latina/o family, friends, and society challenge and support the dating choices we make in or outside the community.
deepsouth is a documentary about the rural U.S. South and the people who inhabit its most quiet corners. Beneath layers of history, poverty, and now soaring HIV infections, four Americans redefine traditional Southern values to create their own solutions to survive. Directed by Lisa Biagiotti, 2013, 72 minutes.
The Friends of the Charter College of Education is hosting this prestigious annual event that recognizes educational leaders who have made major contributions to local education. The funds raised from this event will support student scholarships and faculty development in the CCOE. (Dinner ticket: $100)
Distinguished Educator Award:
Dr. John Deasy
Superintendent, Los Angeles Unified School District
Distinguished Community Service Awards:
Dr. Susan Kumar
Director, The Center for Autism and Related Services