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Sep 23, 2020

Take a break and learn from arguably one of the greatest basketball teams in basketball history, the Chicago Bulls. Based on the "Last Dance" series on ESPN, we will explore the leadership acumen of Michael Jordan as he leads the team from deep lows to international success. Part 3: Let’s talk about the pressures of leadership. We’ll explore how leaders can be accountable in an environment where they are tasked to do more, sometimes with less. For more information, visit the CSI Linktree.

Sep 24, 2020

A weekly program that invites American Indian, Native Hawaiian and Alaska Native students to come together to build community, vocalize their needs and reflect on their experiences as Native students at Cal State LA. Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.
 

Sep 24, 2020

A monthly virtual mixer with the PASRC that will highlight the joys and contributions of Blackness across the diaspora. Join us to connect with students, staff and faculty committed to Black empowerment at Cal State LA. Each month we'll play games, build community and connect. Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.

Sep 24, 2020

Capitalize on your legacy. This series will prepare you for your next destination! First up, an entry to graduate applications and excelling at organizing all the components necessary for the next stage of your journey in academia. For more information, visit the CSI Linktree.

Sep 25, 2020

The Cross Cultural Centers is committed to preparing the campus community in understanding and developing an anti-racist praxis. Join us for a four-part series where we will explore anti-Blackness at its core and work together to combat it on our campus and in our communities. Register and find Zoom information at our CCC Linktree.

 

Sep 25, 2020

Funmilola Fagbamila, a Nigerian American, playwright, scholar, activist, actress and performance artist, partners with the Cross Cultural Centers (CCC) to present a one-woman spoken word theater piece that explores Black political identity. Called “timely, brilliant, and necessary” by Angela Davis, The Intersection is a story about how humans navigate difference. Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.

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