LV Life

Campus Times
April 8, 2005

photo by Emma Obradovich

“Some women are anti-men, this makes me shy away from that branch of feminism,” said Teresa Robbins, Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity Research Associate during Friday’s discussion titled “Womanism, Black Feminist Consciousness from Afros to Hip Hop.” Keisha Bentley, Cross Cultural Programs Director for the IMRCD, led the discussion that involved Teresa Robbins, Julie Hurst, Bailey Smith, Nila Priyambodo, Monique Chambers, Kharyshi Wiginton, DeAngela Cooks, Stephanie Hughes, Maria Grandona and Leticia Arellano-Morales.

Event looks at black women’s roles

Lecture covers trends in womanism and womanism within hip-hop culture.

Hip-hop culture is new club’s focus

Club provides opportunities for performers and artists to come together.

Women talk gender, status in film

Guest speakers discuss roles in such issues during three day conference.

Fairplex hosts L.A. Computer Fair

Largest computer fair in the nation visits the Fairplex.

Homophobia subject of talk

Different stories and views are brought forth in open discussion.

Chain stores can’t stop Mrs. Nelson

Shop provides families with a place to spend quality time together.

Students supplement studies with surfing

Lifestyle lives strong among ULV students.

Events embody cultural heritage

Events will also promote awareness among Latino culture.

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