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October 2020

Mujer, cuerpo y violencia de género: la representación del feminicidio en el teatro mexicano.

October 29, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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This is the fourth talk on our Latin American Studies Speaker Series on Testimony and Literature 2020.  Mujer, cuerpo y violencia de género: la representación del feminicidio en el teatro mexicano.  Rocío Galicia  Investigadora titular del Centro Nacional de Investigación Teatral Rodolfo Usigli  Rocío Galicia is a researcher at the Rodolfo Usigli National Center for Theater Research. In 2003 she began her research in the dramaturgy of northern Mexico, which would lead to the study of border theater, a conceptualization that…

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February 2021

Breaking the Walls Down!: Making Classics for Everyone

February 11 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Spring 2021 Virtual Lecture Series Hosted by the Department of Classics Live captioning and/or ASL interpretation at all talks Breaking the Walls Down!: Making Classics for Everyone John Bracey

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Reproductive Justice as a Human Right

February 12 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY LONG BEACH THE WOMXN’S COLLECTIVE PRESENTS RISING SPEAKER SERIES REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE - LORETTA ROSS Loretta Ross is an award-winning, nationally-recognized expert on racism and racial justice, women's rights, and human rights. Her work emphasizes the intersectionality of social justice issues and how intersectionality can fuel transformation. Ross is a visiting associate professor at Smith College (Northampton, MA) in the Program for the Study of Women and Gender, teaching courses on white supremacy, race and culture in America,…

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The Yadunandan Center for India Studies Presents – A Conversation about Salman Rushdie’s Quichotte

February 23 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

The Yadunandan Center for India Studies is proud to present a conversation about Salman Rushdie's novel Ouichotte lead by our own Pravina Cooper (Comparative Literature) and Norbert Schürer (English). Please RSVP here:  https://forms.gle/FoGJ9ALTuaHR9GaZ8 If you have any questions, please email us at indiacenter@csulb.edu.    

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March 2021

Emotions and Ambient Racism in America’s Whitest Big City

March 1 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Join us as CSULB Alum and Ph.D. candidate, Ashley Woody examines racism experienced by people of color in Portland, Or. and a Q&A about Graduate School. Hosted by the Sociology Honors Program Zoom link: https://tinyurl.com/sochonorevent Meeting ID: 823 7460 6470    

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Medicine, Health, and Representation Speaker Series

March 15 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

“Poems from Patient.” Dr. Bettina Judd Assistant Professor of Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies, University of Washington Bettina Judd is an interdisciplinary writer artist and performer whose research focus is on Black women's creative production and our use of visual art literature and music to develop feminist thought. Judd will be reading selections from her poetry collection, Patient.: “...Patient., is about recovery in many senses: recovery of the subjectivity of several historical figures, through the recovery, reconstitution, and telling of their stories—among them…

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Addressing Microaggressions in the Workplace

March 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

All sessions will be held online via zoom. RSVP for all sessions you are interested in attending here.

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Black Women In Reflection and Resistance: Engaging Critical Issues of Our Time

March 25 @ 11:00 am - 12:15 pm

Black History Month II: Women Focus In memory and struggle and for all the many others: Breonna Taylor and George Floyd Dr. Melina Abdullah, Co-Founder/Organizer, Black Lives Matter- LA; Professor Pan-African Studies, Cal State Los Angeles Dr. Gail Buck, Moderator | Lecturer, Department of Africana Studies, CSULB; Former Director, Black Student Services, Loyola Marymount University Prof. Rita Page, Lecturer, Department of Africana Studies, CSULB; Department of History, Mt. San Antonio College Seba Chimbuko Tembo, Lecturer, Kawaida Institute of Pan-African Studies;…

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April 2021

Earth Week(s) at the Beach: Drive Electric Lunch & Learn

April 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Currently driving a gas guzzler and considering upgrading to an EV? Attend the Drive Electric Lunch & Learn virtual event to learn about the  rebates, carpool privileges, and other benefits electric vehicle (EV) ownership has to offer. Info & Registration at csulb.edu/earthweek

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Open Forums: Faculty and Staff Research Presentations on Student Success

April 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Open Forums Faculty and Staff Research Presentations on Student Success Teams of faculty and staff from colleges and divisions across the university will share their research finding in exploring the challenges to timely graduation. Join us in these discussions and learn how we can remove barriers to student success. Please see the information below regarding each forum and RSVP! Please visit https://www.csulb.edu/data-fellows/data-fellows/open-forums/faculty-and-staff-research-presentations-student-success for more abstracts and registration! Register to Attend April 13th: Retention Among College Students on Academic Probation by…

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Ethnic Studies and Quality Education After AB 1460: Expanding the Arc and Understanding of Inclusive Excellence

April 15 @ 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm

Ethnic Studies Initiative On Campus Implementation Antiracist Pedagogy and Practices Community Engagement Collaborative Possibilities Featuring Guest Speakers: Dr. Rigoberto Rodriguez Professor and Chair Chicano and Latino Studies Professor Craig Stone Professor and Director American Indian Studies Dr. Barbara Kim, Professor and Chair Asian and Asian American Studies Dr. Maulana Karenga Professor and Chair Africana Studies Zoom Link: https://csulb.zoom.us/j/84995029501

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Classroom to Career: Telling Your Internship Story

April 16 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Viet Hoang, Pint Sized Ideas Registration link: https://csulb.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0rfDOUDL0OY9fcG

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Open Forums: Faculty and Staff Research Presentations on Student Success

April 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Open Forums Faculty and Staff Research Presentations on Student Success Teams of faculty and staff from colleges and divisions across the university will share their research finding in exploring the challenges to timely graduation. Join us in these discussions and learn how we can remove barriers to student success. Please see the information below regarding each forum and RSVP! Please visit https://www.csulb.edu/data-fellows/data-fellows/open-forums/faculty-and-staff-research-presentations-student-success for more abstracts and registration! Register to Attend April 13th: Retention Among College Students on Academic Probation by…

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Earth Week(s) at the Beach: Biking for the Body, Mind and Planet

April 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Learn the health benefits cycling has to offer along with tips on the right bike, routes, and accessories to make commuting by bike your new go-to. By cycling to run errands, travel to work, and or school, you can kill three birds with one stone: exercise, getting from point A to Point B, and reducing your carbon footprint. Info & Registration at csulb.edu/earthweek

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Earth Week(s) at the Beach: Plant-A-Plant

April 20 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Dream of becoming a plant parent? This workshop will highlight essential plant care tips that will brighten your green thumb and help you grow happy, healthy plants. Students will also learn about sustainable gardening practices and the therapeutic effects of plant care through a live planting demo! Free kits are available to the first 30 students to register. Contactless pick up will occur on April 16 at CSULB. More information about contactless pick-up procedures will be emailed to kit recipients directly. Note: You do not need a kit…

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Morphology of Moscow: A Historical Spatial Perspective

April 21 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

SPRING 2021  GEOGRAPHY COLLOQUIUM SERIES Morphology of Moscow: A Historical Spatial Perspective ~ Dmitrii Sidorov ZOOM Meeting Link: https://csulb.zoom.us/j/81503298849?pwd=cmY5aEJJaHV6MmFUNkFhdEZsRXhzZz09 ZOOM Meeting ID: 815 0329 8849 Passcode: 039836

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Open Forums: Faculty and Staff Research Presentations on Student Success

April 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Open Forums Faculty and Staff Research Presentations on Student Success Teams of faculty and staff from colleges and divisions across the university will share their research finding in exploring the challenges to timely graduation. Join us in these discussions and learn how we can remove barriers to student success. Please see the information below regarding each forum and RSVP! Please visit https://www.csulb.edu/data-fellows/data-fellows/open-forums/faculty-and-staff-research-presentations-student-success for more abstracts and registration! Register to Attend April 13th: Retention Among College Students on Academic Probation by…

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Religion and Social Justice Symposium

April 22 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Dr. Andrew Bridges I Keynote GUEST SPEAKER Bhagwan Shantinath Lectureship in Jain Studies 4:00- 5:00 PM "Ahimsa, Anekantavada, and Social Justice in Jain Traditions: A Global Perspective" This talk will discuss social justice in Jain Traditions with a particular focus on the ethical interconnectedness of social justice, business ethics and environmental ethics in our contemporary global context. Bio:  Andrew Bridges holds the Bhagwan Shantinath Lectureship in Jain Studies at California State University, Fullerton where he teaches the course "Non-violence, Animal Rights and Diet…

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Classrooms to Careers: How to Stand Out at Your New Job

April 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

All sessions will be held online via zoom. RSVP for all sessions you are interested in attending here.

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Open Forums: Faculty and Staff Research Presentations on Student Success

April 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Open Forums Faculty and Staff Research Presentations on Student Success Teams of faculty and staff from colleges and divisions across the university will share their research finding in exploring the challenges to timely graduation. Join us in these discussions and learn how we can remove barriers to student success. Please see the information below regarding each forum and RSVP! Please visit https://www.csulb.edu/data-fellows/data-fellows/open-forums/faculty-and-staff-research-presentations-student-success for more abstracts and registration! Register to Attend April 13th: Retention Among College Students on Academic Probation by…

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Medicine, Health, and Representation Speaker Series

April 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

"Why Graphic Medicine?" Whitney Taylor, MPH Cartoonist, editor, and comics writer Whitney Taylor will be discussing her career trajectory with a focus on comics and public health, as well as her process for working on non-fiction comics and best practices for non-fiction comics making. Her comics have been published by The Nib, The New Yorker, Illustrated PEN, and others. Some of her work is available online: “America Isn’t Ready for a Pandemic” and "African-Americans are more likely to distrust the Medical System. Blame the Tuskegee Experiment”. Zoom Registration Link:https://csulb.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpdOmhrjIuGNTgmlec6pTzE8cYE0_ioZOn…

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Africana Studies in Resistance to Systemic Racism: Radically Reimagining and Remaking the World

April 29 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

On behalf of the Department of Africana Studies, please find attached an announcement and invitation to our Annual Africana Studies Day Forum titled this year: "Africana Studies in Resistance to Systemic Racism: Radically Reimagining and Remaking the World" . DR. MOLELFI KETE ASANTE Professor and Chair, Department of Africology, Temple University; Founding Theorist, Afrocentricty; Founder, First PhD in Africana Studies; Guest Professor, Zhejiang University, China; Professor Extraordinarius, University of South Africa; Author, The Afrocentric Idea, Erasing Racism: The Survival of the American Nation, and 80…

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HDEV 470 Internship Social

April 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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May 2021

Language Justice in Practice: What COVID-19 Taught Us About Language Equality and How to Achieve It

May 6 @ 4:00 pm - 6:45 pm

Language Justice in Practice: What COVID-19 Taught Us About Language Equality and How to Achieve It A guest lecture by Manuela Noske (Community Manager, Translators without Borders) Synopsis: Language has a pivotal role to play in building a more equitable and just world. Whether it’s through the creation of multilingual spaces, the use of gender-neutral language or through building capacity in marginalized languages, language justice is at the heart of many new initiatives that aim to address power inequalities. Using…

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