Zamora, a proud queer Latina feminista educator and alumni of the SSU WGS major and Queer Studies minor, will enact her performance auto-ethnography that draws from Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands: L
Lectures and Films
Sonoma State University will host more than 40 hours of lectures, panels and performances to raise awareness of social justice issues as part of “Social Justice Week.” These lectures are sponsored
Ericka Huggins is a human rights activist, poet, educator, Black Panther leader and former political prisoner. For the past 37 years, she has lectured throughout the United States and international
Is the Civil Rights Movement Dead? A Conversation with Chuck Rhodes. Chuck Rhodes retired from SSU as Assistant Vice-President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management in 2011, after 31 years
Speaker: Maral N.
Budapest, 1880: twins Lili and Dora are born, nearly simultaneously with Thomas Edison’s invention of the light bulb—a key piece of cinema history.
Join us for a throwback movie night. A popular high school athlete and an academically gifted girl get roles in the school musical and develop a friendship that threatens East High's social order.
Speaker: Professor Sergio La Porta, CSU Fresno Armenian Studies Program.
Speaker: Sam Mihara Topic: Japanese Internment: Personal Stories of Mass Imprisonment. Please join us on Tuesday, February 11th for the fourth lecture in the 2020