We’re taking submissions and applications for our show, Angry Black Woman, scheduled for Feb. 15-16, 2018. The “Angry Black Woman” is a race-gendered myth and stereotype that promotes anti-black and anti-black woman thoughts, beliefs, and practices in our society, and attempts to keep black women in a simultaneous space of subordination, servitude, and silence.
Join us for our final MCSN event of the semester as we check in about how your year at Cal State LA is going, how you’re doing as we head into finals week preparation, and how you are doing as a person. Part of this workshop will focus on gratitude and practices that ground you emotionally, academically, and spiritually as a student.
In our collectivist cultures, community care is just as important as self-care. Come by the APISRC to release stress and anxiety by making arts, crafts, and halo halo (shave ice) – all in the warm embrace of community.
Pronounced as “cutie pock,” stands for queer and trans people of color. QTPOC Thursdays is a weekly gathering space for queer and trans people of color to ask questions, explore, and dialogue about gender, sexuality, race, ableism, politics, pop culture and so much more every Thursday.
Learn how to protect and preserve your personal collections at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library, Special Collections & Archives. Azalea Camacho, university library archivist, will talk about how to preserve your photos, letters and other treasures, including how to properly handle, store, and preserve your personal collections. Please bring two or three pieces from your own collection.
Documentary explores the lives of young Lakota activists, against the backdrop of South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation, feminism, and women’s reproductive rights. Directed by Rose Rosenblatt, 2012, 83 minutes.