The 2017 regional Summit will feature new research exploring the regional transportation infrastructure of the Southeast Los Angeles region. Investment in transportation, infrastructure, and open spaces has the potential to reshape cities and communities in the region. Join community leaders, policy makers, and researchers for an important discussion that will help shape and strengthen the Southeast region
“Should California Have Its Own Trade Policy?” This year’s conference will focus on international trade and investment policies. Recognizing that international trade and investment policies are both economically critical and politically sensitive for Californians, the conference will seek to clarify the next steps for our leaders and our communities in an unsettling and unprecedented era.
The 2017 California Latino Leadership Institute Summer Fellows came to Cal State LA for a three day series of workshops that included a Civic University program, a tour of the university, a presentation by Cal State LA’s Writing Center and a conversation with Emiliana Guereca, one of the lead organizers of the 2017 Women’s March in Los Angeles. Our Civic
In partnership with The California Endowment, the Institute recruited and worked with researchers to produce reports that addressed key issues of concern for the Boyle Heights neighborhood. Covering topics ranging from healthcare to food justice, the reports were presented to various Boyle Heights community stakeholders.
Examining “Presidential Power In An Age Of Uncertainty,” educator and legal scholar Erwin Chemerinsky discussed with the campus community how recent and forthcoming presidential executive orders might affect them, their families, and those outside their communities.
Marking 30 Years at Cal State LA Thursday, April 27, 2017 The Millennium Biltmore Hotel 506 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90071 5:30 p.m. Reception 7 p.m. Program Purchase Individual Tickets and Sponsorships Press Release Annual Dinner Invitation Annual Dinner...
Over 50 students participated in the screening along with Roosevelt High School teachers Mr. Alvarez and Mr. Castillo. A Q&A was held after the screening.
The first of three United Way of Greater Los Angeles LAUSD candidate forums was held at Cal State LA on February 10, 2017. The event drew over 200 people and was preceded by a resource fair for undocumented students and families, and voter registration.
Held in the Deaton Hall Auditorium in Downtown L.A., the three three-hour sessions were attended by approximately 120 board members of Los Angeles neighborhood councils and 20 members of the Mayor’s Youth Advisory group.
“Election 2016: What On Earth Happened? Where Does California Go From Here?” took a deep dive into the election and voting behavior, and followed-up with a discussion on the dynamics of the Republican and Democratic parties, and how Los Angeles, and California’s policies will intersect, and be impacted by, the new administration.