“De colores: A Black and Brown Conversation” featured panelists from the Afro-Latinx community to discuss history and identity as part of the 2021 Afro-Latinx festival. The event aimed to begin building community and understand the experiences of Afro-Latinx members.
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Makeup artists, costume designers and set designers are just some of the members of technical theater, who like actors, have had less in-person productions to take part in due to the coronavirus pandemic. But for some CSULB students, the loss brings new lessons.
A reflection on whitewashing in history and the true history of Black Americans
Local activists gather at Ralphs to protest Kroger, call for ‘people over profit’ and demand hazard pay
A crowd of about a dozen local activists gathered in front of a Ralphs location in Long Beach to protest its parent company, Kroger Co., in its decision to refrain from distributing “Hero Pay” to its workers.
After his post about graduating from Long Beach State went viral, Joseph Valadez proves to be breaking stigmas and believing in himself after decades of struggling with drug use and incarceration.
The Beach sweeps Cal Poly in brief two-game series.
Dozens gathered at Marina Vista Park in Long Beach to celebrate Black History Month and march for justice.
We must remind ourselves of the history of this nation and how it has continually disenfranchised people of color and perpetuated xenophobic stereotypes.
Long Beach State men’s basketball team completes second-half comeback to snap four game losing streak
The Beach makes a comeback after suffering some crushing losses.
New sustainability programs look to reduce effects of climate change at CSULB, within communities of color
After former President Donald J. Trump exited the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement in 2017, Long Beach State and the city of Long Beach joined new initiatives and created policies to combat the effects of greenhouse gases and other pollutants affecting climate change.