Is the Civil Rights Movement Dead? A Conversation with Chuck Rhodes. Chuck Rhodes retired from SSU as Assistant Vice-President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management in 2011, after 31 years
BSU meeting discussing the ways that we can express our pride of being Black.
Come down to Oakland for the 3rd annual Black Joy Parade. This is a large free, family-friendly event of its kind in California.
When They See Us - The Legacy of the Exonerated Five ft: Kevin Richardson. April 19, 1989 started off as a normal day for 14-year-old Kevin D.
Speaker: Professor Sergio La Porta, CSU Fresno Armenian Studies Program.
The Haitian Diasporic Imaginary ft: Dr. Nadège Clitandre, UC-Santa Barbara. The internationally acclaimed author of Breath, Eyes, Memory and Krik?
Black Student Union and the living community, VIBES, will collaborate on a discussion surrounding the latest news in the world and the impact that it has on the Black community.
Come eat, celebrate, and connect with your peers, mentors, and colleagues and meet new people. Perhaps now more than ever, it’s important to foster and deepen nourishing relationships.
The Vagina Monologues strives to promote awareness around the topic of gendered violence all over the world.
In 1989 a jogger was assaulted and raped in New York's Central Park, and five young people were subsequently charged with the crime.