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Civil Rights & Civic Action

Political resources for students, staff, and faculty

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We will continue to update this guide with appropriate resources in response to the needs of our community. 

Support Matador SAFETY


  • Stand for social justice together
  • Always be respectful of each other
  • Follow the values of CSUN's mission
  • End racism, sexism, homophobia, and bullying of all forms
  • Tear down the walls that keep us divided
  • Yield to a community of unity & safety

Events for Spring 2017

Project DATE and Know Your Rights

  • Hosted by Project DATE and CSUN's Dream Center
  • April 24, 2017 
  • Time 5:00-7:00 PM
  • Location TBD

If You Are The Target of a Hate Incident

What To Do If You Witness a Hate Incident


Help Undocumented Parents

Monday, March 18, 6PM - 8 PM
CSUN Campus, Juniper Hall 4117

The removal of the undocumented parents of a US citizen child can have devastating and long-term consequences for that child—they can be left without any person having the legal authority to enroll them in school or authorize medical treatment, and many will be at risk of entering the foster care system.

In partnership with various legal services agencies, Bet Tzedek Legal Services is developing Know Your Rights presentations designed to help parents understand their rights and plan for the care of their children in the event of the parent’s removal from the United States. We are also establishing clinics where parents can have simple but critical guardianship and caretaker documents drafted.

CSUN will be hosting a training for individuals interested in helping with these clinics.

Pizza & Refreshments provided. RSVP preferred but not required.

President's Letters to Campus

text "Stronger together" and a photograph of the Oviatt LIbrary