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.)
Cal State L.A. vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills
Based on an actual strike against the Empire Zinc Mine in New Mexico, Salt of the Earth explores prejudice against Mexican American mine workers, who went on strike to attain wage parity with white workers in other mines and to be treated with dignity by the bosses. Directed by Herbert J. Biberman, 1954, 94 minutes.
Rudolfo A. Anaya (New Mexico, 1937) belongs to the first generation of Chicano writers who pioneered and charted one of the most vigorous and theoretically-grounded ethnic literatures in the United States.
For the 5th year in a row, KCRW partners with the Natural History Museum for First Fridays, LA's most unique and dynamic monthly music series. To celebrate NHM’s new permanent exhibition Becoming Los Angeles, FF goes in search of new, true, ever-evolving L.A. stories alongside cutting edge scientists with exciting discussions and live performances from fresh, innovative artists. Space is limited. For more information visit www.asicsula.org/museum.