The Udall Scholarship awards sophomore and junior level college students committed to careers related to the environment, tribal public policy, or Native American health care.
World AIDS Day is recognized every December 1 around the world. But as more people live, thrive, and survive HIV and AIDS due to some medical developments, activism and attention toward the virus has decreased. Filmmaker and journalist Lisa Biagiotti shares how she’s using her art to bring attention to HIV and AIDS, the multiple communities affected, and activism that continues in many social justice circles.
Wanna know more about how to avoid the “freshman 15?!” Wanna learn about proper portions and how to interpret nutritional facts according to the new meal plan? If so, come and receive direction from the Health Center’s on-staff nutritionist on how to stay fit and healthy.
Dr. Ping Yao, faculty, Cal State L.A. Department of History and the Asian and Asian American Studies Program, discusses perceptions of maternity, medical practices related to childbirth, and demographics on marriage age, maternal age, birthrate, sex ratio, maternal mortality, and infant mortality of the Tang Dynasty in China (618 – 907).
You have built your LinkedIn profile – so what’s next? Learn how to find alumni, reach professionals and participate in group discussions, all important aspects of this robust networking tool.
LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 chronicles the life of Comanche activist and national civil rights leader LaDonna Harris and the role that she has played in Native and U.S. history since the 1960s, including being a voice for Native people, her contemporary work to strengthen and rebuild indigenous communities, and training emerging Native leaders around the world. Directed by Julianna Brannum, 2014, 63 minutes.