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Oct 6, 2017

Registration opens for the Women of Color Conference. The Women of Color Conference explores women's identities and experiences, as well as issues related to empowering women, political involvement, community activism, and personal wellness. Please RSVP by 5 pm Sept. 27 at the Cross Cultural Centers front desk or online at http://www.calstatelausu.org/ccc.php.

Oct 6, 2017

Leave campus to explore thematically linked exhibitions organized under Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, an exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles. Join us as we visit the Japanese American Museum. Trip will be facilitated by Professor Leda Ramos (CLS 4900 – Chicanx Latinx Social Art History). The Chicanx/Latinx Student Resource Center will host lunch and transportation. Hold your spot for $10 at the U-SU Room 306. Tickets go on sale Sept. 5. Space is limited and tickets are non-refundable.

Oct 6, 2017

Interested in leadership for social justice, but don’t know where to begin? Join the Cross Cultural Centers for a five-week series of workshops for new and seasoned student leaders to explore self-identity, learn concepts, network, and develop skills necessary to envision a world that is better and more socially just. Applications available at the Cross Cultural Centers, 2nd floor, U-SU or online, and due by 5 pm Sept. 15.

Oct 9, 2017 to Oct 21, 2017

The exhibition explores the visual history of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and evaluates the global impact of this historical event in the 20th century. This year-long exhibition premieres at Cal State LA in August 2017, and then travels to Sonoma State University in October 2017, and Chico State in January 2018, and commemorates and critically evaluates the legacy of the Russian Revolution on its 100th anniversary.

Oct 9, 2017

Join us for a discussion of the politics of Columbus Day… and anti-Columbus Day, also known as Indigenous People’s Day.

Oct 9, 2017

By 2043, 50 percent of the U.S. population will be non-white, and 33 percent of that non-white population will be Latino/Hispano. Latinos will both profoundly change and significantly reinforce the social cultural context of the U.S. mosaic. Join Professor Mario Castañeda from the Charter College of Education to discuss and explore this reality. 

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