The once in-person festival in Cambodia Town is continuing virtually for the second year in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic. The event will take place on April 24, celebrating a theme of diversity.
Lifestyle events that occur on or off campus should be categorized under “events.” Events differ from performances in that performances stage or present a play, concert or other forms of entertainment while events do not. Examples of events include the Long Beach Zombie Walk, Week of Welcome and Queen Mary’s Dark Harbour.
Russell Jeung spoke at a virtual event part of CSULB’s Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration on the recent hate crimes towards the AAPI community since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Writer, speaker and fitness and strength coach Chrissy King shares the importance of loving your body, not as a means to get to a certain size but instead to live freely, a journey that King has spent many years working towards.
Find out what you need to know about attending Associated Students, Inc.’s Queer Pride, which continues with its virtual format April 9 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Respect Diversity Week continues with “Strategies for Resilience: Responding to Microaggressions,” where students are given tools and tips about how to call out microagressions and deal with the challenging experience.
March 31 marked the end of Bob Cole Conservatory of Music’s BeachFunder, which raised $40,295 to offset the projected $100,000 loss in scholarship money. The loss comes as a result of canceled live performances due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In honor of the 12th annual International Transgender Day of Visibility, here are some resources for the transgender and gender non-conforming community at the local level.
Voices for Justice: Equity & Arts series featured civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who has represented the families of Breonna Taylor, Trayvon Martin and George Floyd. During the event, Crump explained persistent police violence and the steps to take to overcome it and seek justice for all.
CSULB’s Racial Justice in Education Series shows that representation builds better experiences for students
A panel of three Black women educators joined the College of Education to discuss how diverse faculty at schools are necessary for student success and how their experiences as students has influenced their work in education.
The Social Justice Entrepreneurship Program is a four week workshop designed to teach business owners or those interested on how to turn a profit while supporting a community’s wellbeing.