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CSU seeking to expand funding for mental health services

CSU seeking to expand funding for mental health services

Madalyn Amato/CSU News Wire January 23, 2021

The California State University Board of Trustees is looking to expand access to mental health resources across the 23-campus system. On the agenda for the Jan. 26 meeting, the Committee on Governmental...

A crowd of protesters listening to Melina Abdullah, co-founder of Black Lives Matter L.A., as she performs a libation for the lives lost to police brutality in front of the LAUSD headquarters in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, June 23, 2020.

Protesters demand for defunding LAUSD school police at downtown L.A. protest

Chris Torres and Samantha Bravo June 23, 2020

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES — Protesters chanted in front of the Los Angeles Unified School District headquarters on Fourth Street and Beaudry Avenue in downtown Los Angeles to demand the defunding of LAUSD...

An individual holds a picture of late rapper and local hero Nipsey Hussle,  who was actively involved in uplifting his community.

Black Lives Matter-L.A. celebrates Juneteenth, honors Grechario Mack in Crenshaw march

Orlando Mayorquin and Chris Torres June 19, 2020

SOUTH LOS ANGELES — Hundreds marched in Los Angeles on Friday to celebrate Juneteenth in an event organized by Black Lives Matter Los Angeles. The day commemorates the emancipation of slaves.  The...

Hundreds celebrate Juneteenth at Leimart Park Village

Michaella Huck and Tiago Barreiro June 19, 2020

SOUTH LOS ANGELES — Hundreds gathered in Leimert Park Village on Friday to celebrate June 19 — also known as Juneteenth — at a "Pray For The Hood" event, which was created by Los Angeles artist,...

Protesters march past L.A. City Hall on June 17, 2020.

Protests against District Attorney Jackie Lacey continue; defund police movement makes strides

Chris Torres and Orlando Mayorquin June 17, 2020

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES — Thousands gathered in front of the Hall of Justice on Wednesday for Black Lives Matter Los Angeles’s weekly protest demanding the removal of L.A. County District Attorney...

Demonstrators march to defund LAPD on June 13, 2020. (Samantha Bravo / The Sundial)

Echo Park rally led by housed, unhoused Black individuals calls for defunding police, adopting People’s Budget

Samantha Bravo and Natalie Miranda June 13, 2020

ECHO PARK — The Los Angeles Community Action Network, Democratic Socialists of America Los Angeles and Street Watch LA and other co-sponsors organized a rally for the unhoused Black community in...

male holding sign

Today is the last day for undocumented students to apply for CSUN’s COVID-19 grant

Orlando Mayorquin, Campus Editor June 9, 2020

Today is the last day for California Dream Act students with Assembly Bill 540 status to apply for CSUN’s COVID-19 emergency grant. The grant is intended to help undocumented students who were excluded...

Sara Tomko, a protester, holds a sign while sitting in a car trunk as protesters march on North Victory Place toward Burbank City Hall.

Burbank protesters march to sustain momentum of Black Lives Matter movement

BURBANK — Thousands showed up for another day of protest in Hollywood on Sunday to demand for the defunding of the police and the removal of Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey. Sunday’s...

Protesters hold signs as they march down Alamo Street toward the Simi Valley Police Department.

Protesters call for Simi Valley council member’s resignation, march for Black lives

Gillian Moran-Perez and Munina Lam June 6, 2020

SIMI VALLEY — Protesters in Simi Valley showed support for the Black Lives Matter movement and called for the resignation of Simi Valley City Council member Mike Judge as they marched from the intersection...

Video: Demonstrations continue in downtown L.A.; diverse crowd remembers Breonna Taylor, calls for local government action

Sofia Gutierrez and Tiago Barreiro June 5, 2020

DOWNTOWN L.A. — Protesters showed up to support the Black Lives Matter movement and to protest the local authorities’ handling of police brutality. They also celebrated what would have been Breonna...

An overhead view of the Northridge Black Lives Matter protest at the intersection of Nordhoff Street and Tampa Avenue.

CSUN students lead another protest in Northridge

NORTHRIDGE — Northridge Black Lives Matter organized another protest, which was attended by more than 100 protesters, to march against police brutality and celebrate the life of Breonna Taylor....

Protesters seeking justice for Breonna Taylor gather outside of  Laugh Factory in West Hollywood.

Celebrating the life of Breonna Taylor on what would have been her 27th birthday

Samantha Bravo and Sloane Bozzi June 5, 2020

WEST HOLLYWOOD — About 500 demonstrators met at the Laugh Factory comedy club on Sunset Boulevard and North Laurel Avenue in West Hollywood to honor Breonna Taylor’s life on what would have been...

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