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Our international students have paid tuition, signed housing leases and registered for classes; and now they have to get on the next plane home.
The outpouring of cross-racial support for Black Lives Matter demonstrations has surprised some who feel there is a new awakening in American society.
Companies with resources and connections benefited from the Paycheck Protection Program, but we must prioritize our Latino small-business owners.
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There are signs that budgets and K-12 school reopening plans being shaped now may fail to recognize science as part of the academic core.
With these actions, CSU graduates in every major will be equipped to see, question and dismantle the racial and social injustices that stain our nation.
Local officials must commit to environmental justice to reduce exposure to pollution and promote access to public facilities, healthy food and adequate housing.
Mental illness has long been cloaked in shame and fear, but in the past several years, mental health education has helped enlighten the public.
We are in a time of global pandemic and the U.S. Southern border wall is progressing. More than 180 miles of new wall has been constructed, without recent push-back from those of us who have long protested the building of a wall. But we are not silent nor unconcerned. We are hundreds of thousands of […]
More work needs to be done in California to protect immigrants and communities of color from discrimination.
Attorney General Becerra wants police reform, but in spite of #defundthepolice protests, that could mean more money for California police.