A rooftop ‘90s party will kick off the exhibit, Lesbians to Watch Out For: ‘90s Queer L.A. Activism. The event will feature ‘90s music, poetry readings and drag performances, an acoustic performance by lesbian folksinger Phranc, vintage stickers; video from ACT UP Women, the Lesbian Avengers, and United Lesbians of African Heritage; and an exhibition walk-through immediately following the event.
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Lesbians to Watch Out For: ‘90s Queer L.A. Activism is a multimedia history and art exhibit that invokes the spirit of lesbian and queer women's activism and organizing in 1990s Los Angeles and West Hollywood. Showcasing a diverse collection of visuals and materials, Lesbians to Watch Out For brings these activist stories to life with protest signs and stickers; a history of vice squad raids and censorship; and memories of queer performances, zines, and the places and spaces where '90s activists organized, hung out, and found community in L.A.
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Cal State LA is hosting a site visit by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) from Feb. 27 to March 1 in connection with the University's accreditation. The WSCUC Visiting Team has scheduled open meetings with students, staff and faculty to provide an opportunity for input from all members of the campus community about their experiences with the institution.
Connect with your ASI representatives in our beach clean-up. There will be opportunities to network with other Cal State LA students and to win prizes throughout the day. Together, we can sustain the quality of our ecosystem while addressing plastic pollution at our beaches. Visit the ASI event webpage for more information.