February 11 – 13, 2008
In 1944 a lawyer named Raphael Lemkin published a comprehensive account of Nazi actions and defined them with a new word – genocide, formed from the Greek geno, meaning “race” or “tribe,” and from the Latin cide, meaning “killing.” The term was adopted by the United Nations in 1948 at the “Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide," establishing genocide as an international crime.
Take the 405 south and exit at Bellflower Blvd. Turn left from the off-ramp and then make an immediate right on Bellflower Blvd. Continue to Beach Drive and turn left into campus. The Visitor Information Center will be on your right.
Take the 405 north or 22 west. The two freeways merge. Remain on the 22 when the 405 splits off and exit at 7th Street. Continue to Bellflower Boulevard. Turn right at Bellflower and make another right at Beach Drive. The Visitor Information Center will be on your right.
Take the 605 south and exit at Willow Street. Continue to Bellflower Boulevard. Turn left at Bellflower and make another left at Beach Drive. The Visitor Information Center will be on your right.
The Passport D and Long Beach Transit bus routes 91, 92, 93, 94, 96 and 171 make stops on campus. Long Beach Transit bus route 81 stops just outside campus on 7th Street. Visit Long Beach Transit for a route schedule.