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ANNOUNCEMENT: Titans, you voted, and the One Book, One CSUF title you selected for '22-’23 is
One of the Good Ones, by Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite!

One of the Good Ones One of the Good Ones, by Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite

The One Book, One CSUF Planning Committee is seeking proposals from CSUF faculty, staff, and/or administrators for Spring 2023 workshops, lectures, facilitated discussions, or other events on topics related to this year’s book, One of the Good Ones by Maika and Maritza Moulite. We envision one-hour events, presented either in-person or via Zoom. Facilitators for selected workshops will be recognized for their contribution to the program. Stay tuned for updates on how and when to apply.

One Book, One CSUF Program Overview

Over 40,000 different stories comprise our CSUF community, making us one of the most diverse campuses in the country. To celebrate the power of our many stories, we are happy to launch our third annual One Book, One CSUF program, a part of our Titans Together: Striving for Justice, Equity, and Inclusion initiative. The One Book, One CSUF program will help to create an inclusive campus environment through conversations and engagement among all members of our community. Each year, members of the CSUF community choose a book that explores themes of diversity, inclusion, and equity. Throughout the year, students, faculty and staff will come together to share stories, invite dialogue, challenge perceptions, and build community.

ALL students, staff, faculty, and administrators are encouraged to participate in the One Book, One CSUF initiative. Readers will have plenty of opportunities to engage during the 2022-2023 academic year, including numerous chances to receive free CSUF swag!

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2021 - 2022 Planning Committee

Discussion Groups

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