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Is America still fighting against “separate and unequal” in the 21st Century? The Multicultural Center, Office of Student Life and Development, in collaboration with the College of Education, USU Program Council, College of Liberal Arts and Ukleja Center for Ethical Leadership, invites all CSULB students to the inaugural event that honors Nelson Mandela’s legacy for democracy, freedom, social justice and human rights. There will be two events that will focus on the 60th anniversary of the Brown vs. Board of Education landmark Supreme Court decision and exploring the question, “Are we still fighting against separate and unequal?” Activities Coordinator Taylor Buhler-Scott encourages students to take full of advantage of this event. “How often do you get this type of opportunity to hear from people who are so connected to a monumental event in our history,” she said.

Let your voice be heard, attend asn ASI meeting
Board of Control
Every Tuesday at 3:30 p.m
Stuart L. Farber Senate Chamber USU-234
AS Senate
Every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m
Stuart L. Farber Senate Chamber USU-234
University Student Union
Board of Trustees
First Friday of each month at 1 p.m
Stuart L. Farber Senate Chamber USU-234
A walk way on campus near University Student Union building