Tag: Black History Month

A month to reflect instead of fight

With the conversation regarding Black History Month generally being centered around Donald Trump and Mike Pence’s antics, it’s difficult

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Black History Month at CSUF

A standing ovation filled the room after biology major Taylor Thornton delivered a spoken-word poem called “Black Girl Scientist”

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Men of color share stories

“Why are you here? Who are you?” These were the two questions posed to attendees at the “A Moment

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Film screening and panel of “Straight Outta Compton” inspires racial awareness and evokes critical thinking

A diverse array of faces sprinkled the TSU Pavilion, gathering to enjoy the recently released film “Straight Outta Compton”

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Sistertalk’s annual “Thrones of Black Kings” honors men of color in community

Sistertalk, an organization under the African American Resource Center (AARC), hosted its annual “Thrones of Black Kings” event Thursday

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Black history month wraps up on campus

Inspired by Maya Angelou’s poem, Still I Rise, Cal State Fullerton has hosted presentations, films, lectures and other programming

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Campus groups host fair to celebrate African American culture

Food, dancing and music marked the scene at the Becker Amphitheater Thursday, as students celebrated the Pan African Fair

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Panelists explain the use and connotation of the N-word

In a panel Monday hosted by the Diversity Education Initiative and Cal State Fullerton Housing and Residence Life, panelists

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