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Black History Month
Q&A with Special Guest Robert Townsend
Registration Required. Space is limited so get your tickets early!
The story of the rise and fall of an African American vocal group. To register for this event please, Read more
Vocal ARTillery performance: DJ, hip-hop/spoken word and sketch artists. Read more
The Department of Anthropology and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences present the 18th Annual Keith Morton Memorial Lecture with guest speaker Kathleen Hull, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of California Merced. Read more
Black History Month
Haitian Americans Telling their Stories
In celebration of Black History Month the Haiti International Film Festival presents a day of award winning Haitian documentaries. Each film will be followed by a Q&A session. For more information and showtimes please, read more.
February is Black History Month. This nation-wide celebration honors African-Americans' contributions to American history and development. The theme for this year’s effort, Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories, recognizes the places of African American memories and the sites where African Americans made history. CSUN is proud to promote the observance of Black History Month with guest speakers, including acclaimed actor, director and producer Robert Townsend, film screenings and much more. To learn more and to download a poster with the scheduled events, please read more.
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is offering FREE writing and statistics tutoring! Read more
"Shivering in thin coats, a group of interns from California State University at Northridge grinned as they watched singers on a truck belt out a funk-inflected tune. The interns had arrived in the District over the past two weeks. This was a side of the city they had not yet seen." from the Washington Post. Read the rest of the story.
California State University, Northridge sociology professor Moshoula Capous-Desyllas and sociology graduate students Aleksey Reshetnikov, Patricia Lara and Elizabeth Bogumil are researching people’s pathways to nonprofit services in an unconventional way — through the creative arts and visual mapping methodologies. Continue reading about the project.