UC San Diego
This award-winning documentary explores Los Angeles in the 1960s and 70s, which saw the arrival of a surging Chicana/Chicano movement that worked towards political and social change, educational attainment, and cultural empowerment. Directed by Jesus Treviño, 1971, 59 minutes.
Be a part of the first APISRC scavenger hunt as we celebrate the API Heritage Month. Let us take a whole month journey and explore the API community! #APIHeritageMonth
Did you know that Asian Americans have a lot of untold stories about civil rights, labor, and human struggles? Check out our exhibit as we explore the powerful stories of Asian Americans who speak out and take action because they believe that justice is everyone’s right. #APIHeritageMonth #TheUntoldStories #APIHeritageMonth
This is the occasion we use to honor and congratulate students in the Maximizing Opportunities in Research (MORE) Programs who will complete their studies at Cal State L.A., and pursue advanced training to the M.S. and Ph.D.
Students interested in participating in any of the CCC Cultural Graduate Celebrations – Asian Pacific Islander, Black/Pan-African, LGBT Pride, or Raza Grad Celebrations – need to sign up by 4 p.m., Friday, May 1 to participate and to appear in program materials/mementos. Open to all students, though space is limited. For more information, call the Cross Cultural Centers at (323) 343-5001.