The College of Professional and Global Education International Office hosts the Fourth Annual International Cultural Night & Dinner. Cultural attire is welcome. Enjoy cultural performances and a show. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $13 per person if purchased by Feb. 9. Tickets purchased between February 10-26 are $17. Tickets can be purchased online here.
Join us for spring semester markets showcasing various food, drinks and craft booths from independent vendors and farmers from the Alhambra Farmers Market. Don’t forget your reusable bags! You’ll need them to carry around those organic and locally grown fruits, breads, honey and more.
In March of 1968 thousands of Chicano students at high schools on the Eastside of Los Angeles walked out of classes to protest inequity and prejudice in the education system. At the time, the Los Angeles Unified School District largely ignored Mexican American history, and Chicano students were forbidden from speaking Spanish and often steered toward vocational careers instead of college, among other problems. The East L.A. Walkouts, or Blowouts, called attention to systemic inequities and ultimately led to improvements in city schools.
Did you know it would take the average Black family 228 years to build the same wealth as a white family today? Often times we discuss the wage gap, but we sometimes forget about the racial wealth gap as well. Join us to dive deeper into the racial wealth gap and its very real consequences.
The Black experience and struggle include (un)documentation. Join us to honor and center the stories that often go unacknowledged.
In the face of environmental changes and encroaching modernization in rural Waimea, Mele Murals is a documentary about the transformative power of modern graffiti art and ancient Hawaiian culture for a new generation of Native Hawaiians. Directed by Tadashi Nakamura, 2016, 66 minutes.