Plot your way through the student leadership journey through the U-Lead program by learning how to resolve conflict within your organization.
Are you ready to enjoy delicious food, entertainment, attractions, music, crafts and merchandise in one jam-packed day of festivities for the entire community? 323 Night Market aims to unite and empower the Los Angeles area by serving as a platform for showcasing local entrepreneurs, businesses, artists and talent.
The Charter College of Education is proud to offer its students a free certificate for Adult, Infant/Child CPR and First Aid. In an effort to provide the highest quality of service to CCOE students, the College is offering these skill development trainings to the first 80 students who sign up at: www.asicalstatela.edu/CPR
This award-winning documentary is an endearing and essential portrait of Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga, whose discovery of governmental misconduct during World War II was crucial to the National Council for Japanese Americans Redress lawsuit of 1983. The filmmaker will be present during the screening. Directed by Janice D. Tanaka, 2016, 83 minutes.
This training covers foundational information about sex, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation in a socio-historical context. Participants have the opportunity to examine their knowledge and beliefs and begin the process of critiquing paradigms and systems that are harmful to LGBTQIA people. Registration is required. Sign up at https://www.calstatelausu.org/allyship.
Demonstrating the healing power of the arts through spoken word, dramatization, live music and visual art, Shattered Glass is "performance with purpose," taking its participants on an unforgettable journey of healing and self-discovery.