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There is an implicit privilege that most Caucasians take for granted; so try to imagine living daily without the presumption of peace and of acceptance.
California should enact an “Automatic Application and Admission” plan for the UC system to increase diversity across race and class lines at all UC campuses.
COVID-19 has produced a seismic shift in thinking about working from home and healthier lifestyles, while seeing a stunning impact on our air quality.
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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.
Opponents of the Delta tunnel project never say their position will lead to higher food prices and can even lead to class-based disparities in health outcomes.
It would be horrific if our state budget cut back on the critical health and human service programs already in place for seniors and people with disabilities.
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 […]
The Supreme Court upholds the DACA program; however, the Trump administration could still end the program if it provides sufficient legal justification.
Attorney General Becerra wants police reform, but in spite of #defundthepolice protests, that could mean more money for California police.
After months of being confined to our homes, thousands of people have been shouting in the streets, risking their lives in the midst of a pandemic to fight structural racism and to be heard. It’s time to listen. When Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed me the first ever senior advisor on Social Innovation for the state […]