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Oleg -The Award-winning Documentary Film

Wednesday, April 27, 2022 - 6:00pm

Oleg Vidov documentary film

'Oleg' is a feature-length doc that tells the life story of Oleg Vidov, one of the most famous Soviet film stars. Despite the fame, Oleg was unable to live in the suppressive Soviet state and in 1985, planned a bold escape to freedom in the west. Oleg's Italian connection is via Rome, Cinecittà, and his friendship with Richard and Francesca Harrison. 6:00 PM - Reception; 6:30 PM - Welcome by Professor Pat Miller; 6:40 PM - Screening; 8:15 PM - Q&A with Joan Borsten and Francesca Harrison.

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Public Safety & the role of “Streets LA"

Thursday, April 28, 2022 - 4:00pm

Profile of a bear against a blue background

Please join the California State University, Northridge Center for Southern California Studies to learn more about the vital role "Streets LA" and the Department of Public Works plays in preserving, protecting, maintaining, and renewing the City of Los Angeles' (City) street network and urban forest, including our our streets' sidewalks, bike-ways, trees, and medians. Read more

1992 Los Angeles Uprising: 30 Years Later - Conversations About Cultural Solidarity, Community Building and Hope

Friday, April 29, 2022 - 5:00pm to 6:45pm

The University Library

Distinguished speakers: traci kato-kiriyama, Writer/Artist/Performer, Nikkei for Civil Rights Redress and Reparations, Member of HR 40 Coalition; Do Kim, Civil Rights Attorney, President of The K.W. Lee Center for Leadership, Member of Black-Korean Alliance; Allan Aquino, Master of Ceremonies, Asian American Studies Faculty; Edith Chen, Moderator, Asian American Studies Faculty; Ced Hackett, Moderator, Director of DuBois-Hamer Institute for Academic Achievement Read more

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