La Raza Student Association members and students supporting migration rights met Tuesday in the La Raza Center to listen to speakers from Thoughty Organizer, a movement advocating immigrant rights in the United States. Speakers Nancy Meza and Ana Karen Aloccer, as well as members of the California Immigrant Youth Justice[Read More…]
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La Raza Student Association held their annual Dia de los Muertos event on Nov. 8 in the University Student Union ballrooms. The event, which celebrates the lives of loved ones who have passed, consisted of decorated ofrendas, local art vendors, free food and performances from Long Beach State students.
Wednesday afternoon, the free speech lawn at Cal State Long Beach became a sea of white signs, bearing the faces of the 43 Mexican students who mysteriously disappeared three years ago in Guerrero, Mexico. La Raza Student Association has been organizing the annual Todos Somos Ayotzinapa demonstration since 2014 at[Read More…]
Criminal threat – At 3 p.m. on Sep. 15, the Cal State Long Beach University Police Department responded to a series of fire alarm pull station activations made near the Child Development Center. A police detective found this particular instance to be related to previous ones. The detective located the[Read More…]
Last week’s Associated Student Inc. meeting began with a quote read by Sylvana Cicero, director of university student union, in regard to the rescission of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and its impact on the Cal State Long Beach campus community. “To make great dreams come true, the first requirement[Read More…]
Student protesters demanding that Cal State Long Beach officially adopt a “Sanctuary” campus status marched to and delivered a set of demands to President Jane Close Conoley at Brotman Hall just before 2 p.m. on Wednesday. The students originally gathered by the Prospector Pete statue on upper campus at 1[Read More…]