Despite the struggles that come with virtual practices, the dancers of Grupo Folklórico Mexica have built an internal and cross-campus community to ensure that the traditional Mexican dance continues on.
Students in the theater arts department who identify as Latinx share how casting decisions, plays in the department and an overall lack of representation in the industry are just some of the institutional problems they experience in their careers.
Assistant professor in the school of social work, Kristina Lovato, presents her “Enforced Separations: The Impact of Immigration Enforcement and Deportation on Latinx Families in Los Angeles” presentation at the Center for Latino Community Health’s Brown Bag Research Talk.
Radically different art styles examine shared culture and a respect and fascination with the mystical in “W*tch B*tch,” an exhibit presented by animation majors Kim De León, Nathalie Juarez and Cristior Miguel Vásquez. The small room is dominated by its centerpiece, an ethereal transparent fabric cylinder studded with brightly colored[Read More…]
During the fall semester, California Repertory, the theatre company at Long Beach State, will host a variety of diverse productions. The first show that Cal Rep will be putting on this semester is “Ghosts of Lote Bravo,” which will be on campus from Sep. 20-30. The Daily 49er had a[Read More…]
A banner drop that read “Do you know the difference between Chicano, Hispanic and Latinx?” adorned the bookstore lawn at Cal State Long Beach at Latino Week of Welcome. For many students, this was their first time seeing the term “Latinx.” The term used to describe the Latino/a community has[Read More…]
The Office of Multicultural Affairs together with Future Underrepresented Educated Leaders hosted the “Latinx Undocumented Experience” on Monday. Students enjoyed a complimentary dinner and an informative discussion on issues that undocumented students, faculty and the community as a whole face in America today. This event was planned as a part[Read More…]