California Assembly Bill 1460 passed Thursday, meaning all CSU graduates will now have to fulfill a one-course requirement of ethnic studies to complete their degrees.
Tag: La Raza
Student organizations are beginning to become worried about upcoming plans to demolish their homes to make way for new, high-tech building.
La Raza Student Association members and students supporting migration rights met Tuesday in the La Raza Center to listen to speakers from Thoughty Organizer, a movement advocating immigrant rights in the United States. Speakers Nancy Meza and Ana Karen Aloccer, as well as members of the California Immigrant Youth Justice[Read More…]
A hoard of students followed to the College of American Indian Studies director Craig Stone to the burial grounds on campus located on Beach Dr. as one is entering campus from Bellflower Blvd. Students followed Stone to the burial grounds while leaving a path of marigold flowers behind and singing[Read More…]
“I want to be the person I needed when I was younger. I want to encompass what I needed to see when I was growing up,” New York native Danyeli Rodriguez Del Orbe said. This was one of the main messages of Del Orbe’s spoken word performance and writing workshop[Read More…]
The names of 43 missing students projected through a megaphone, their faces prominently printed in black and white on posters that sprawled across the University Bookstore Lawn. The La Raza Student Association held a demonstration Wednesday for the four-year anniversary of the disappearance of 43 Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers’ College students[Read More…]
The Fair Political Practices Commission is currently reviewing a complaint against two Cal State Long Beach professors, one of whom is running for office in the city. The complaint argues that Rigoberto Rodriguez and Juan Benitez, both professors for the Chicano and Latino studies department, used public resources to promote[Read More…]
After racially discriminating rhetoric and death threats were made to La Raza Student Association through Facebook comments, a man remains in custody facing felony charges and a hefty bail of $275,000. University Police ended a three month cybercrime investigation after arresting 40-year-old Christopher Cook of Fountain Valley on Nov. 11[Read More…]
Just over a month after being reported to University Police Department by members of La Raza Student Association, 40-year-old Christopher David Cook was booked into the Long Beach City Jail according to the CSULB Newsroom. “[The suspect was] taken into custody without incident today after complex and methodical investigation that[Read More…]
Associated Students Inc.’s resolution against hate speech faced backlash this week as some senators claim it was “whitewashed.” The intent of the resolution is to let students know ASI recognizes the hate crimes that have happened on campus and the impact hate crimes have on students of color. Such incidents[Read More…]