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Doing the right thing

Photos of famous Italian Americans line the Wall of Fame in a Brooklyn pizzeria. This might seem like a normal sight, but what if that...

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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Mickey Harrison and the Fantastic World of Graphic Fiction

As a child, the Calvin and Hobbes newspaper comic strip and cereal were a morning staple in English professor Mickey Harrison’s home.  Harrison's Graphic Fiction...

Pierce professor wins 2021 Hayward Award

As a teenager, he was the basketball coach at Valley Plaza Park. The parents of the children who played in the park were not...

Pierce College offers express counseling

The Pierce College Counseling Center has established a virtual platform making it more convenient for students to get help. Express Counseling is the latest addition...

Behold the Brahma Pantry, COVID-19 edition

D'arcy Corwin sets up several containers of food on the side of the Los Angeles Pierce College roundabout on Brahma Drive on a Thursday...

Small businesses staying afloat

What does a children's dance studio, a comic book store and a smoke shop have in common?  They have all been forced to adopt different...
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