Dr. Omayra Ortega: The Statistics Behind "Driving While Black." Omayra Y. Ortega is an assistant professor of mathematics & statistics at Sonoma State University.
For over a century, intersex people had no voice in their medical “care” and “treatment.” Intersex Stories, Not Surgeries encourages participants to grapple with the ways in which the Medi
What some deem "the end times" have been the "all-the-time" times for LGBTQ people in the U.S.
3rd annual dance for the Latinx community to come together hosted by MEChA de SSU.
"Blacks Against Brown: The Black Anti-Integration Movement in Topeka, Kansas." Charise Cheney is an expert in African-American pop culture and how it relates to race, gender and sexuality.
If Black Lives Matter then Black LIFE Matters. Your personal health is important in the fight for equity and justice.
Christyne Davidian, Sanders Feldhorn, Dennis Judd, John Kornfeld, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor, Sonoma State University; and Elaine Leeder, Ph.D., Emerita Professor, Sonoma State University.
"Why We Call It Terror: A New Way of Imagining Public Safety." Cat Brooks is the Executive Director of the Justice Teams Network, a network of grassroots activists providing rapid response and heal
Looking for a fun run/walk and a chance to help raise money to provide scholarships on campus?
In this talk, Keegan explores the infamous “red pill” of The Matrix franchise as a crucial signifier in the history of transgender cultural production.