Local activists and community members gather for a vigil in honor of the lives lost in the Atlanta shooting and to speak on anti-Asian hate.
After what Sen. Chuck Schumer called “a day that will live in infamy,” Long Beach State political science professors Jason Whitehead and Matt Lesenyie share their thoughts on the events that transpired.
Armed and angry supporters of the incumbent president forcibly occupied the U.S. Capitol in an apparent attempt to delay the confirmation hearing of President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
Join Hannah and Perry this week as they discuss the vigil held in the aftermath of the recent mass shooting in Long Beach.
The new “Joker” has been in the limelight after the media has portrayed the film as a possible violence trigger. However, the movie has no intentions of making people violent. It just shows an optional back-story for a comic book character.
More than 100 people of all communities gathered outside of E. James Brotman Hall Thursday evening to honor, remember and support those affected by the recent mass shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand. Led by Long Beach State’s Muslim Students Association, the vigil included speeches from a number of guest speakers,[Read More…]