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Celebrating Black History Month

Cal State Fullerton Hosts Film Screening and Tribute to Women


Cal State Fullerton is celebrating Black History Month with free events that are open to the public.


Titan Student Union’s Portola Pavilion

Cal State Fullerton, 800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton 92831


Thursday, Feb. 11, 7 p.m. — A screening of the short film “A War for Your Soul” will be presented by the student group Alliance for the Preservation of African Consciousness. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Reggie Bullock.

Thursday, Feb. 25, 8 p.m. — CSUF student group Alliance for the Preservation of African Consciousness and The Brother’s Movement, a student group from Cal Poly Pomona, are hosting their third annual “Why I Love Black Women” honorary celebration and ceremony. The formal dinner event is free and open to all women. For their volunteer service and leadership on campus and in their communities, nine individuals and one student group will be honored.


The honorees are: two Cal State Fullerton students, communications major Jessica McCoy and health science major Morgan Parker, both of Fullerton; alumna Trenelle Lyiscott (B.A. business administration-marketing ’10), also of Fullerton; and the CSUF student group Sistertalk. Other honorees are six Cal Poly Pomona students: Derriea McGlothern, Vanessa C. White, Andrea Clinton, Ida Legesse, La'Keisha Gilford-Beard and Onyeozi Onwusa. Male students will recite poetry and sing to the women, and a jazz band will perform. To reserve a seat for this event, call 323-384-5271.


CSUF African American Resource Center, 657-278-3230

CSUF Multicultural Leadership Center, 657-278-7366

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Mimi Ko Cruz, Public Affairs, 657-278-7586 or