The Men of Color Success Network (MOCSN) at Cal State LA is a brotherhood and community for men of color student scholars. The MOCSN promotes opportunities for identity development, brotherhood, leadership, holistic well-being and retention, and career development. Join us for a MOCSN gathering! Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.
Latin Grammy-nominated artist Buika hails from Spanish island of Mallorca. For Buika, flamenco was an open door: “It’s not just about music, it’s a way of life. It’s about not running away from yourself. Some people sing about what they would like to happen or would like to be, but in the copla and el cante, we confront who we are, with all our fears and all our defects. In the United States there’s also a great tradition like this: it’s called the blues.” Creating a fusion with flamenco, jazz, soul, and dance rhythms, Buika has become an international sensation.
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.
In this WellBeingU discussion, Dr. Portia Jackson Preston will explore key stressors that students, staff, and faculty are facing as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, racial and social injustice, and increasing equity gaps. Participants will have an opportunity to examine their current practices for coping with stress and learn about tools to develop a self-care plan. The discussion will focus on how self-care can be used as a tool to engage in healing, foster resilience, and navigate a path forward that is illuminated with hope.
Need a study break? Join the Cross Cultural Centers for a fun workout infusing culture and fitness. Celebrate and learn about the Garifuna people through the sounds and movements of Punta with GarifunaRobics! Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.
This training covers foundational information about sex, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation in a socio-historical context. Participants will examine their knowledge and beliefs and begin the process of critiquing paradigms and systems that are harmful to LGBTQIA+ people. Please email [email protected] to reserve your spot. Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.