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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!

Maika and Maritza Moulite holding their book, One of the Good Ones

Fireside Chat & Book Signing with Maika and Maritza Moulite

Friday, February 24, 2023
Fireside Chat, 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Book Signing, 4:30 - 5:00 pm
TSU Pavilions BC

Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite, authors of One of the Good Ones, will visit Cal State Fullerton on Friday, February 24th for a fireside chat and book signing.

The Titan Community is invited to a discussion, Q&A and book signing with the authors. Books will be provided at the event. In-person attendees will be entered into an opportunity drawing for a $200 Titan Shops voucher!

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Maika Moulite


Maika Moulite is a Miami native and the daughter of Haitian immigrants. She loves writing: books, think pieces, journal entries, neverending lists, you name it. When she's not scribbling every random thought into her notes app, she's sharpening her skills as a Howard University PhD student. (That means more writing.) Her research focuses on representation in media and its impact on marginalized groups. She’s the eldest of four sisters and loves audiobooks, fierce female leads, and laughing.

Maritza Moulite


Maritza Moulite graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s in women’s studies and the University of Southern California with a master’s in journalism. She’s worked in various capacities for NBC News, CNN, and USA TODAY but her favorite roles were Head Start literacy tutor and pre-k teacher assistant. She loved working with young people so much that she is now a PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania exploring ways to improve literacy through children’s media. She clearly couldn’t get enough of school. Her favorite song is “September” by Earth, Wind & Fire.

Alexis Johnson-Fowlkes


Alexis Johnson-Fowlkes is a Communications major with a concentration in Journalism at Cal State Fullerton. She is an aspiring model, journalist, philanthropist, and businesswoman. She also serves as the secretary for the National Association of Black Journalists at Cal State Fullerton. Alexis was the recipient of the 2022 NBC4-Vikki Vargas Broadcast Journalism Scholarship. Alexis aims to work in broadcast journalism covering issues that most impact the community.

Chloe Charco


Chloe Charco is an English major and aspires to become a teacher in secondary education, with plans for graduate school. She is also a student assistant with the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Programs. Additionally, her favorite color is black.

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

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

Divisions, please let us know if you are organizing or hosting any book discussions that are open to the campus community. Please contact to share!

One lucky book discussion group will be selected for an opportunity drawing!


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