November 2016

[media-credit name="Jessylyn Los Banos" align="alignnone" width="485"][/media-credit] This past week, many Americans gathered to celebrate Thanksgiving with their families, unconcerned with the ongoing violence against Native American families who are currently being stripped of their human rights in what has become another continuation of the genocide of

Approximately 5,000 people from around the Bay Area gathered on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco to celebrate the sunrise on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016. Held annually since 1975, the ceremony commemorates the occupation of the island by the Alcatraz-Red Power Movement in 1969. This year the International

Representatives of Improving Dreams, Equity, Access and Success spoke to the academic senate on Tuesday about their concerns for the safety of SF State’s undocumented community on campus in the wake of the election of Donald Trump as America’s next president. Pamela Ortiz, president of IDEAS,

Slinging derogatory terms around to describe political leanings has become commonplace in modern American discourse – neither the left-wing nor the alt-right are innocent in that. But one word you don’t hear in many of our polarized conversations of late is the only one that

Mariel De Paz, political science major, wearing a shirt that read ‘Undocumented and Unafraid’ in bold white letters tearfully expressed how she felt post election in an open forum organized by the University on Thursday. [caption id="attachment_74420" align="alignright" width="800"] [media-credit name="Kayleen Fonte" align="alignright" width="800"][/media-credit] A SF State

[caption id="attachment_74409" align="alignleft" width="427"] [media-credit name="Perng-chih Huang/Xpress" align="alignleft" width="427"][/media-credit] SF State political science major Pat Racela looks around the Design Gallery for the Revolution Times on Thursday, Nov 3, 2016. The exhibition showcased the graphic design of the 1960s and 1970s radical newspapers.[/caption] A series of evocative