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Martin Luther King Jr. Speaking in the Open Air Theatre at SDSU in 1964
Searching for Memories
SDSU is calling on the community to share photos and memories from Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1964 campus address.
Diverse men on a campus
Helping Men of Color Succeed
A new policy report outlines ways to help men of color succeed in community colleges.
students talking in a class
Can Diversity Stimulate the Creative Brain?
Mounting evidence suggests the value of diversity and inclusion to university communities.
Students discussing things in a classroom
Connection and Support Come Alive
Programs enrich the educational, social and cultural experience of diverse students.
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21st Annual Latino Film Festival
San Diego State University is supporting the Latino community through the arts.
Members of the Jews and Jazz performance
Jews and Jazz
The SDSU Jewish Studies program will host a concert celebrating the sounds of the 20s and 50s.
Jeanette Meliska-Romero headshot
7 Things About Jeanette Meliska-Romero
Jeanette Meliska-Romero is dedicated to serving SDSU students.
A face with a world map on top
Celebrating Diversity at SDSU
The annual Diversity Awards will take place on Wednesday April 30.
The event will begin with a screening of the documentary “Amandla: A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony.”
An Evening Honoring Nelson Mandela
The Love Library will celebrate black history month with a special event honoring Nelson Mandela.
An African American protesting in the 60s
Cracking the Codes: Racial Inequity
In honor of Black History Month, the library is hosting a documentary-screening and discussion addressing racial oppression.
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