- Resource Centers
- American Indian Resource Center
- Asian Pacific Resource Center
- Black Resource Center
- Chicano Resource Center
Upcoming Resource Center Events
Saturday, September 27,
- Archaeoastronomy: American Indians, the Skies, and UFO's
Long before 1492 American Indian peoples were very familiar with the movement of planets, constellations, and the cycles of the Sun and Moon. They built complex cultures using that knowledge and integrated it into their basic worldviews, traditions, material culture, religion, and mythology. Dr. Paul Apodaca from Chapman University will expand upon American Indian peoples use of this knowledge and its incorporation and reinterpretations by non-native peoples.
For more information contact American Indian Resource Center
(323) 583-2794, or email@example.com.
Wednesday, October 15,
- California Reads Book Discussion
This fall, communities across California will come together in discussions focused on the experience of veterans returning home from war. Join us in this California Reads event. Read and join the discussion of "What it is like to go to War," by Vietnam War veteran and Rhoades scholar Karl Marlantes. Request a copy of the book at the information desk.
This program is in partnership with Cal Humanities and the California Center for the book. This is a teen and adult program.
Saturday, October 18,
- Chinese American Veterans from WWII to Afghanistan
Author Victoria Moy will discuss her forthcoming book, "Fighting for the Dream: Voices of Chinese American Veterans from WWII to Afghanistan."
This California Reads program is in partnership with Cal Humanities, the California Center for the Book, and the Chinese American Historical Society of Southern California.
This program is for adults and teens.
Monday, October 20,
- Baby Storytime
Stories, music, and rhymes, followed by play time. For ages newborn -24 months.