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Statement of Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

The Department of English stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and the organizations currently calling us all to account for our roles in the systemic racism that continues to plague our country. We support the protestors calling on us to say the names of victims of a compromised system of criminal justice, including: George Floyd; Breonna Taylor;  Ahmaud Arbery; Sean Read; Tony McDade; Eric Garner; Trayvon Martin; Michael Brown; Philando Castile; Tamir Rice; Sandra Bland. We mourn the unnamed and unnumbered victims. We further stand in solidarity with all CSUN students, faculty, and staff who face injustice every day. You are welcome, you are valued, and you are seen.

Dr. Beth Wightman
Professor and Chair

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Comics & Visual Culture

Saturday, February 27, 2016 - 9:00am to 6:00pm

Comics & Visual Culture

FREE! Open to the public! Starring student researchers from CSUN and afar, plus: DR. JOSÉ ALANIZ, author of Death, Disability, and the Superhero ! Director of the Disability Studies Program, University of Washington-Seattle. TONY PURYEAR screenwriter; designer; co-author and artist of the graphic novel series Concrete Park (www.concretepark.com). Read more

Persepolis Film Screening

Monday, November 30, 2015 - 7:30pm to 10:00pm

persepolis

Monday, Nov. 30, the "Comics on Screen" film series will present its final movie of the semester, Persepolis (2007 Read more

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