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The Valley Of Change

While protests remain active, there are fewer in early fall than there were during the summer months. But one local organizer has remained steadfast, standing...

Making a stand by taking a knee

In response to months of protests in support of Black Lives Matter (BLM), athletes have used their platform to bring awareness to social inequality...

Choir sings for freedom

The Los Angeles Pierce College (LAPC) Choir harmonized virtually while singing the South African folk song “Freedom is Coming” in acapella on YouTube. The video...

Column: Right to protest

Sitting with my hands zip tied behind my back, listening to racial verbiage and pleas for officers to help restore circulation to other’s hands,...

Crowd gathers to protest in the San Fernando Valley

More than 100 people gathered, many holding signs and chanting “Black lives matter,” “Say his name” and other call-and-response sayings in support of Black...

Northridge Black Lives Matter group launch protest at Oviatt steps

People gathered at an event organized by Northridge Black Lives Matter (BLM) at the Delmar T. Oviatt Library at California State University, Northridge (CSUN)...

Orange Aligned meets at the Orange Line

About 70 people attended a demonstration in support of Black Lives Matter called Orange Aligned in Woodland Hills on June 3. The event began at...

Alumnus readjusts to her life after gun violence

A year ago, her stepfather was killed as a victim of gun violence. A month ago, as she commemorated him, a gun took the...

Open Mic for Black Lives Matter movement

The Blatigenous Club hosted a Black Lives Matter Open Mic event sponsored by the California African American Museum on Feb. 16. Now in its third...

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Clothesline Project online

Even students who didn’t know about the Clothesline Project likely saw last October dozens of t-shirts hanging between trees in Rocky Young Park with...

BRIEF: Football to return in the spring

The Southern California Football Association released the schedule for the spring 2021 season. All sports including football were moved to next semester because of...

Cool relief for a hot LA

After walking for miles on Sepulveda Boulevard in search of cans and plastic bottles to trade for income, Jose M. frequents a refrigerator painted...

Artistic response to racial violence

Trayvon Martin, a Black 17-year-old, was killed in 2012 by George Zimmerman, who was a part of his local neighborhood watch. In response to Zimmerman’s...

Coffee, conversations and computers

Pierce College President Alexis Montevirgen virtually opened his doors on Oct 14. to host the second Zoom session of Coffee and Conversation with the...
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