Dolores Canales, director of community outreach with The Bail Project, will present “Advancing Criminal Justice Reform: Through the Lens of Diverse, Lived Experiences.” The virtual event will take place on Zoom.
“COVID-19 has not been the great equalizer,” Nyle Fort said during his virtual presentation on May 19 called “Pandemic and Privilege” as part of Cal State San Bernardino’s Conversations on Diversity series.
Nyle Fort, a minister, organizer and scholar, will present “Pandemic and Privilege” as part of the Conversations on Diversity series on Tuesday, May 19, from noon to 1 p.m. via Zoom.
Administered by the California Student Aid Commission, CSUSB, working with the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, was awarded $908,557 earlier this year to begin the program in summer of 2020.
On Tuesday, Feb. 25, the University Diversity Committee and the John M. Pfau Library at CSUSB will present “Wilmington on Fire,” which chronicles the events leading up to Nov. 10, 1898, when the Wilmington Massacre took place.
Vanessa Ovalle Perez (English), John Winslade (education, emeritus) and James Mulvihill (geography and environmental studies, emeritus) were included in recent news coverage on various topics.
Vanessa Ovalle Perez, CSUSB assistant professor of English, will explore the political, social and literary impact of poetry by Latinas in California Spanish-language newspapers during the 19th century on Tuesday, Feb. 11.
Through personal anecdotes and academic research, Mary Fong, professor of communication studies, discussed Chinese communication patterns at CSUSB’s Conversations on Diversity series on Jan. 28.
Cultural and artistic performances will highlight the Chinese New Year and Spring Festival celebration at the CSUSB Student Union on Friday, Jan. 31.