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Open House Stresses Knowledge For Africana Studies Week

Two men play the drums in front of the bookstore

Robert Spallone

November 1, 2016

A slow and steady drumbeat surrounded a group of students and faculty on the lawn of the CSUN Matador store Monday afternoon to celebrate Africana studies week. Faculty from the Department of Africana Studies initiated an open house that discussed the significance of the department and what the week...

Black Lives Matter draws in large crowd

Students discuss their thoughts on issues and solutions for the Black Lives Matter campaign in the Activism workshop in the Tujunga room.(Nicollette Ashtiani/The Sundial) Photo credit: Nicollette Ashtiani

Nicollette Ashtiani

November 8, 2015

The first Black Lives Matter Symposium and Workshop received overwhelming support as attendees filled the Flintridge Room to its capacity on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at 4 p.m. The event was a collaboration between CSUN’s National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) chapter and Civil Discourse and S...

Tales from the Third Rail Ep. 9: Black Lives Matter

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Daniel Shin

October 29, 2015

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Editorial: “All Lives Matter” misses the point

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Contributor

October 28, 2015

By now, most of you have likely heard the expression "Black Lives Matter" (BLM), or at the very least seen it as a hashtag somewhere on social media. It has made a significant mark on how society looks at itself today regarding police brutality. It arose after the deaths of Eric Garner, Michael Brown,...

Agonies of summer bring vague hope for fall

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Ryan Mancini

August 24, 2015

That feeling of summer as that free, revitalizing time of the year where the temperature slowly rises and all things are possible has reached its final days, its nauseous end. We left off last semester by witnessing a crushing defeat where nearly 5,000 students voted between the two student-run parties in Associated Students that either did or did not include s...

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