Alumnus Cleve Brown ’18 will show his award-winning film “Complexity,” which explores issues of grief, gun violence, faith and adversity. It will be screened Saturday, Feb. 17 at 3 p.m. in the Janet Leigh Theatre. The film stars Stockton native and season 15 champion of “America’s Got Talent” Brandon Leake. A discussion and question-and-answer session with Brown and Leake will follow the screening.

Sankofa Theatre, the Central Valley’s only African American theatre company, will perform “Death of a Salesman” at the Long Theatre Sunday Feb. 25 at 2 p.m.

“It’s a Pulitzer prize-winning play, and they are setting it within the context of Black families,” said Macelle Mahala, professor of art, media, performance and design and English. “It’s about a family that is experiencing challenges, and it explores ideas about aging, pursuing the American dream, family conflicts, negotiations and identity.”

The annual Community Health Fair returns Saturday, Feb. 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Victory in Praise Church in South Stockton. The event is hosted by the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy with support from the Abbott Fund and will include blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes testing and immunizations. Blood pressure machines and diabetes monitors will be provided while supplies last.

ASuop also will host a month-long film series. The lineup includes “A Thousand and One” Feb. 1, “Big George Freeman” Feb. 6, “Straight Outta Compton” Feb. 15, “If Beale Street Could Talk” Feb. 22, “Good Burger” Feb. 27 and “American Fiction” Feb. 29. All screenings will be in the Janet Leigh Theatre at 7 p.m.

Other events hosted by ASuop include a mixer with alumni, entrepreneurs and community leaders Feb. 28 and a Y2K party Feb. 29.

“It’s going to be a cool opportunity for students to have fun, but at the same time, also educate themselves on how Black culture has shaped our traditions and our styles and other aspects of society,” said Cynia Manning ’24, vice president of ASuop.

See the calendar for the full list of events.