In this lecture, Najeeba Syeed offers a history of the use of appeals to civility to limit dissenting voices, and case studies in which Los Angeles faith leaders, responding to state violence, have developed interfaith rituals to challenge the detention of migrants.
Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
Join four of NPR’s Washington Desk reporters for an evening of banter, laughs and thoughts on a topic that we can’t stop thinking about — the 2020 presidential election.
In honor of Black History Month, Cal Lutheran presents a chamber music theater work by the Core Ensemble celebrating the lives of the great African American poets.
Art Trek, 703 Rancho Conejo Blvd., Newbury Park, CA 91320
This free event is open to the community. Click here to register.
The Department of Theatre and Dance presents an evening with actor Gary Sinise.
The STAPLES Center, Los Angeles
Cal Lutheran alumni, families, staff, faculty and students are invited to Cal Lutheran Day with the LA Kings.
Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture
In these autobiographical drawings and paintings, narrative artist David Labkovski (1906-1991) examines his experiences of World War II, the Holocaust and their aftermath.
This annual concert showcases the talent and creativity of students in the music production program.
Thousand Oaks Reads is a citywide literary event and series of activities encouraging community members to read and discuss the same book. Copies of the book are available at both Thousand Oaks library branches.
Love your Neighbor is an interfaith, community-wide program inviting participation from all faith traditions and people of moral conscience for a campaign of compassion.