Art for the Community

The hood of an old truck painted with neon roses. A woven Maidu basket pulled from the museum’s archives. Visitors drawing, stamping and conversing...

Just be Yourself

Everyone wants to be liked, but what if one’s fear of not having control over that leads to serious health effects? How does one...

Tessellating Identities

MK Veniegas-Isip stands in front of her childhood home in the Philippines, wearing a “fearlessly queer” t-shirt, as a light smile dances across her...

BAILá CON LOS MEJICAS

Flowing skirts, bright colors and the sound of live Mariachi players are only a few sights and sounds attendees of the 46th annual Grupo...

‘F*ck Your Beauty Standards’

Media’s restrictive portrayal of beauty, comments from family members and beauty products aimed to lighten skin are only a few ways false beauty standards...

Performances, Food & Community Celebration

Cumbia or line dance, the performances captivated the audience for six straight hours. Samosas or Fruta Picada, the food kept attendees in line for...

The Fight Isn’t Over

“Walkout! Walkout!” In 1968, students in East Los Angeles high schools realized they weren’t receiving access to the same opportunities as their peers. After months...

‘Our Africa’: African Student Union Seventh Annual Cultural Show

What makes Africa special?” an emcee asked a crowd of about 250 people at the African Student Union’s (ASU) seventh annual cultural show. “It’s where...

Anakbayan Holds Space for Inclusive Approach to Housing Justice

Ten blocks were forced into one as Manilatown, San Francisco experienced a devastating loss of culture in the 1970s. When San Francisco’s push for...

Kresge Pride Remembers Stonewall

A chorus of “transphobia has got to go” rose from a group of about 40 marchers as they began climbing up Merrill hill after...