April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, but it’s a 365 day-a-year problem
Following on the heels of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues,” CSU Monterey Bay students continue their campaign to end sexual violence against women with three performances of “The MENding Monologues.”
You have probably heard of Doctors Without Borders. But Librarians Without Borders?
Thanks to the volunteer group of librarians and library science students, some youngsters in Guatemala will soon be able to borrow books for the first time.
The organization visited the Miguel Angel Asturias Academy in Guatemala’s highlands in 2009, helping to establish a library. Each year since then, volunteers have returned to help build the library’s capacity.
Unlike some of her classmates, Cagle didn’t have to get up at 4 a.m. to find her laptop and log on to join a conversation with seven students from the Middle East, Europe and the U.S. Her sessions started at the relatively late hour of 8:30.
Two evenings of film showings – part of the 12th annual Reel Work May Day Labor Film Festival – will be held on the campus of Cal State Monterey Bay.
The festival features films that illuminate the lives and struggles of workers in the United States and around the world. This year’s theme is the growing movement of worker-run cooperatives, which have become a vibrant part of society in Argentina, Spain and Greece. As factories shut down, workers move in to run them successfully on their own.