Members of the Long Beach community ‘continue the legacy’ at the 32nd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade
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Growing up, everyone watched shows they followed religiously, ignorant to any implication of the deteriorating skeletons neatly packed away in the closets of our favorite actors. One such childhood actor is Bill Cosby of the now infamous Cosby Show; one of Cosby’s skeletons gained a voice in November 2002 and[Read More…]
Over 80 Long Beach organizations, high schools and politicians marched down Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to celebrate the civil rights leader in the 31st Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade.
The quietness of the early morning was broken Friday as dozens of students gathered to volunteer for Cal State Long Beach’s Martin Luther King Jr. Service Day. Students gathered Friday morning at the Southwest Terrace of the University Student Union to participate in a day of service hosted by The[Read More…]
The scent of home-cooking permeated the air around the Speakers Platform, and the banging of drums could be heard meters away, the percussion kicking off Black History Month at Cal State Long Beach Wednesday. The month-long series of events, hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, began at noon with[Read More…]
To commemorate the contributions of the late civil rights activist, Martin Luther King Jr., the Office of Multicultural Affairs will be hosting an event in which students can participate in community-wide volunteer work. Students must register for the third annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service through BeachSync by[Read More…]
February is Black History Month, but nobody at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences seems to know that. This year, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Selma marches and the Voting Rights Act, the Oscars will air on Feb. 22 , and they are sadly lacking in[Read More…]