Black Lives Matter

Published June 10, 2020

Dear Center Students, Alumni, Staff, and Collaborators,

“Our separate struggles are really one – a struggle for freedom, for dignity and for humanity.”
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr to Cesar Chavez.

Black Lives Matter protest
The CSULB Center for Latino Community Health, Evaluation, and Leadership Training Staff stands in solidarity with our Black community, we acknowledge, appreciate, and celebrate the resiliency and contributions of Black families and communities. Although our work centers around the Hispanic/Latino community, we remain committed to engaging in conversations and collaborations that uplift the health and well-being of Black communities and fight the persistent layers of racism and discrimination.
 We stand with you. BLACK LIVES MATTER.