As the two-day academic strike comes to a close, professors and students give their thoughts and feedback on how the event impacted them.
Along with three alumni, an assistant professor at CSULB contributed the data analysis for a report discussed at the Long Beach city council meeting on Aug. 11. The report focused on civil unrest in the community as well as declaring racism a public health crisis.
The university president details her plans to promote racial equity at CSULB, including faculty training initiatives and a focus on admitting more Black students.
What does the term “to protect and to serve” really even mean nowadays?
After a video surfaced on Twitter of a CSULB student making threatening comments to Mexican immigrants, many are calling for her expulsion.
COVID-19’s effects on communities of color are devastating. Racial inequality is to blame.
CSULB is a diverse school, but its past is characterized by racist policies, people and events. Its transformation into a progressive institution is a work in progress, but it has come a long way.
Students were outraged at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo two weeks ago when a fraternity was exposed for one member wearing “blackface” at a party. This week, flyers were found by a SLO professor targeting African-American students, creating more controversy for the campus. This situation did not go unnoticed at[Read More…]
After nearly 28 years on television, backlash is not new for “The Simpsons.” The most recent wave of it grew in response to a scene in the episode “No Good Read Goes Unpunished.” The scene in question drew both criticism for what was perceived to be a reference to the[Read More…]
College President Jane Close Conoley sent out a campus-wide email on Aug. 15 condemning racism and acts of violence amid the incidents at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The president sent out the message over the summer break in response to the national coverage and attention focused on Charlottesville[Read More…]