Trayvon Martin continues serves as the inspiration behind a larger movement representing the importance and value of Black lives in our society.
Though nine years has passed, Black people are still being killed and receiving no justice.
As the post-Labor Day scholar strike gains traction across the nation, CSULB shows its explicit support by presenting an event schedule and ways to participate in the teach-in on racial violence in America.
In front of Los Angeles City Hall, about 100 participants gathered Sunday, Aug. 30, at a rally in solidarity with Kenosha, Wisconsin, calling for justice for Jacob Blake.
The university president details her plans to promote racial equity at CSULB, including faculty training initiatives and a focus on admitting more Black students.
As communities continue to grieve in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmuad Arbery, campus community leaders come together to share their experiences and lift one another up.
Since the murder of George Floyd, members of the campus have spoken up in support of the black community on campus.
Protestors from all walks of life came together Monday to show support for Black Lives Matter Long Beach.
Black is excellent, black is powerful it has pride and honor to those who wear their armor proudly.
Members of Black Lives Matter held a caravan Monday honoring victims of police brutality that began in Long Beach and ended in Downtown Los Angeles with a memorial service and a peaceful protest.