Join the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center for a screening of the documentary feature debut Lucky. Spanning five years on the streets of NYC, this intimate story of survival follows Lucky Torres, a homeless mother masked in tattoos who longs to rise from a life of darkness. Directed by Laura Checkoway 2014, 72 minutes.
The Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center is putting together a mini exhibition to showcase the accomplishments of many Asian Pacific Islanders in the United States. Stereotypes and racism did not stop many APIs to pursue what they want to pursue. Learn about these individuals and how they shape the history and make a difference! The display will continue through Thursday, May 15.
Want the secret to healthy skin? Join CSI and find out how you can use natural ingredients to make your own skin care recipes. Sign up on April 21 at CSI located on the second floor of the U-SU room 204. Space is limited!
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How present is the queer community in films? How accurate is the representation of the LGBTQ community on the big screen? Come and join the discussion as a panel of individuals with devotion for representation and visibility of the LGBTQ community in movies address these questions.
Are you looking for a blissfully original, irreverent, outspoken and hilarious show? Then you can’t miss out on The Book of Mormon. Winner of 9 Tony Awards® including Best Musical! From Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of South Park, comes a new Broadway musical called “the best musical of this century”. Tickets become available on April 15. Space is limited! Participants must use transportation provided by the University-Student Union. (CSULA students, $50; guests, $55. Cash only.)