The 1960s Chicano Civil Rights Movement was lead by Mexican-American activists with the goal of achieving empowerment and restoration of land grants from the United States government. The cause expanded to include issues such as voting and political rights. #hispanicheritagemonth#officeofmulticulturalaffairs#usfsp
Any of my CSULB friends interested in doing some volunteer work for our community? My employer, Office of Multicultural Affairs, is currently looking for volunteers for this Friday the 13th. Day of service is from 8:30-2:30 pm. Breakfast and lunch is included for all volunteers. First 50 students who check in will receive a free Princess Ka'iulani shirt. She was the last princess of Hawaii before it became part of the United States. If interested please register on Beach Sync. Let me know if you have any questions or will need to car pool with me. I participated in the Cesar Chavez day of service and had a good time, made new friends and felt great about giving back to the community. Hope to see you Friday! #CSULB#princesskaiulani#community#volunteer#rewarding#giveback#calstatelongbeach#gobeach#officeofmulticulturalaffairs
In honor of Women's Herstory Month, the Office of Multicultural Affairs is hosting a "Women at Fordham Luncheon" tomorrow, March 14th from 1-3pm in 237 McGinley, Rose Hill (flyer attached). Join us to create space and celebrate the diversity of voices from women and female/femme identified faculty, staff, administrators, and students at Fordham. The luncheon will consist of a free buffet-style lunch, a panel of women and female/femme identified professionals that work at Fordham, and 3 ted-style presentations from Fordham students. While anyone is welcome to attend, the discourse will centralize women/femme issues. This is a great opportunity to reconnect with one another and hear the experiences of women and female/femme identified individuals in our campus community.
Hats, Blankets, and scarfs Oh my! Through our knitting circle we were able to accomplish all of these goodies and donate to Bellevue's Children Center! Thanks to all of our students, staff, faculty, and guests that helped to get this done. A special thanks to our teacher Velma who helped complete this overwhelming amount of items! #paceuniversity#officeofmulticulturalaffairs#omapace#knitting#bellevuehospitalnyc