Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice
Join Student Life's Center for Cultural Engagement and Inclusion for their Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community Dinner.
CSU Channel Islands professor José M. Alamillo will present hidden legacies of racialized communities in Ventura County through a lens that challenges Eurocentric romantic narratives of the past centered on Spanish missions and white pioneers.
Ballet Folklórico Mestizo, in its 42nd year at Oxnard College, celebrates the culture and dance traditions of México.
The Latinx Alumni Alliance invites the community to learn about its network and efforts to support alumni, students, faculty and staff.
Join the Center for Cultural Engagement and Inclusion for a captivating virtual encounter with Professor Audelino Sac Coyoy as he delves into the fascinating world of the ancient Maya-K'iche' Cosmovision. Discover the profound insights and symbolic meanings behind the mesmerizing fire ceremony.
In support of PRIDE's programming to observe National Coming Out Day, we invite LGBTQIA+ faculty, staff, and students as well as our straight allies, on campus to take action and consider the ways that coming out as LGBTQIA+ still matters on campus and off.
The Office of Campus Ministry will host a special luncheon and lecture to create a sacred space of belonging.
This event will celebrate the ASCENSO (Access, Success, Community, Equity, Network-building, Support, and Opportunity) program’s second cohort of undergraduate fellows.
Educational lunch to explore how a Hispanic-Serving Institution like Cal Lutheran is more than a Hispanic-enrolling one.
Day trip for students interested in learning about the rich culture and history of Los Angeles' Black community.
Student-directed by Brayden Galante. A satirical play that humorously reimagines and parodies the famous stories of Greek mythology, bringing the gods and heroes to life in comical and absurd situations.