Join the Pan African Student Resource Center in an open discussion exploring relationships in the U.S. between U.S.-born African Americans and Africans born and raised on the continent of Africa.
In this video lecture, Angela Davis and Tim Wise, two of the leading racial and social justice scholar-activists in the U.S., discuss the U.S.’s uncritical embrace of individualism, myth of meritocracy, unchallenged white supremacy, and entrenched institutional inequity in our society. Film followed by group discussion. Directed by Speak Out Now, 2012, 78 minutes.
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Presented by Joanna Martel
Anxiety management group therapy session at CAPS with Jonna Fries, PSY.D.
Hey Cal State LA Students! Do you know what AB540 is? Have you been to our new Dreamers Resource Center? If you want to learn more about AB 540 and the service provided by the Dreamers Resource Center, NOW is your chance! (Snacks and refreshments will be provided).
The Center for Student Involvement is proud to present Cal State LA’s Golden Moment Talent Showcase! After a quarter of practices, the best of Cal State LA’s student talent is ready to show you what their golden moment looks like! Bands, musicians, and spoken word artists will compete for a grand prize. Free tickets will be available at the ticket window in the U-SU starting Tuesday, February 23rd at 11:00 am.