Our Lost Years revisits the forced removal and mass incarceration of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II; it commemorates the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Or
Join The HUB Cultural Center for a conversational program dedicated to holding space for native students and allies to explore their identities, experiences, and environment.
Bi-weekly on Wednesdays
Please come join us in learning and celebrating our current, past, and future maleeducators who aim to enrich and serve the students and families within their communities.
Guest Mentor Speaker - Khou Yang-Vigil
Umoja Queens is SSU’s mentorship group for students that identify as Black Womxn within the Pan African Diaspora, to connect with faculty that also identify as
Amazin is the first Asian Athlete Ally and UK Stonewall out Asian athlete. Bodybuilder who advocates for greater Asian representation and opportunity in sports.
Please join us for Sonoma State University's Opening Ceremony for Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) History & Heritage Month.
Bitter Brown Femmes is a podcast hosted by Cassandra and Ruben. They regularly tackle issues affecting marginalized groups, particularly LGBT folks and Latinxs.
Join this Social Justice Week event in hearing from the local youth organization, The Monarch Project, about their work on using public art to humanize and advocate for immigrants and other margina