Monthly Archives: February 2014

February 28, 1970 – 2nd Chicano Moratorium “March in the Rain”





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Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council SUPPORTS Ethnic Studies as a GE Requirement at CSULA





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CSULA Ethnic Studies Coalition Teach-In on February 25, 2014

 Join students, educators, workers, and community members for Two STUDENT-LED ACTIONS on TUESDAY, February 25, 2014 at Cal State LA 1) Meet at 12:30pm in front of the Golden Eagle Statue for a TEACH-IN (in front of the student bookstore) to learn … Continue reading



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Malcolm X (May 19, 1925 – February 21, 1965)





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In Defense of Ethnic Studies: Dr. Melina Abdullah Speaks Truth to Power at the CSULA Academic Senate (2/18/14)





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L.A. City Council Resolution Supporting “Ethnic Studies” as a GE Requirement at CSULA





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L.A. City Council Says YES to “Ethnic Studies” While CSULA Academic Senate Says NO!

Yesterday morning (2/18/14), Councilman Gil Cedillo introduced a motion that was unanimously adopted by the City of Los Angeles to support a pending proposal currently in the CSULA Academic Senate to require students to take at least one of the … Continue reading



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MI VIDA PRESENTS LOWRITING BOOK SIGNING WITH PHOTOGRAPHER ART MEZA

Join L.A.’s Art Meza, the photographer behind Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul, at Mi Vida Boutique for a book signing, reading and lowrider street showcase this Saturday, 2/22. This is an event not to be missed! This is also your chance … Continue reading



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Make Ethnic Studies Mandatory at CSULA (2/18/14)





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In Their Own Words: CSULA Chicana/o Studies opposes “Ethnic Studies” as a GE Requirement





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