The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

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Envisioning California 2018: Racial and Ethnic Politics in the Golden State

Mary Berberyan March 28, 2018

Please join us for the annual Envisioning California Lecture on the campus of California State University, Northridge. Considering the 2018 Governor’s race and the list of candidates, what does the rich...

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Race, Science and the Border Symposium

Mary Berberyan March 7, 2018

Co-sponsored by Asian American Studies, Build PODER, Center for the Study of the Peoples of the Américas, Chicana/o Studies, Communication Studies, Deaf Studies, History and Political Science.

Peggy McIntosh speaks with CSUN student

A conversation with Victor Lewis & Peggy McIntosh addresses white and male privilege

Meliss Arteaga November 2, 2016
CSUN students came together to hear Victor Lewis and Peggy McIntosh discuss the topic of race and privilege.
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Review: “Between the World and Me” and “The Fat Tail”

Ryan Mancini August 30, 2016
This week's books provide tremendous insight on political risk and what it means to be black in America.
The panel of guests at the documentary screening of Briding the Divide on Monday, Feb. 1. From left: Lorraine Bradley (Tom Bradleys daughter), Alison Sotamyer (producer), Lyn Goldfarb (producer), Kent Kirkton (director of the Tom & Ethel Bradley Foundation at CSUN).

Tom Bradley’s documentary kickstarts black history month at CSUN

Kate Haggard February 2, 2016
Tom Bradley's documentary, "Bridging the Divide," seeks to unify Los Angeles' diverse cultures.
TOLERANCE PHOTOGRAPH BY NATALIE CAUDILL/DALLAS MORNING NEWS

Interracial couples: is the racial divide over?

Kathleen Johnson March 18, 2015
CSUN students respond with their experiences of being in interracial couples
Reality—Gender and Race Gap in the Film Industry Needs to be confronted

Reality—Gender and Race Gap in the Film Industry Needs to be confronted

Madeline Sensibile February 27, 2015

If you've checked any form of social media or turned on the television in the past few days, you probably heard Neil Patrick Harris "joke" at the start of this year's Academy Awards and right after...

Illustration by Thomas Gallegos / Contributor

Ferguson’s grand jury denies justice to Michael Brown

Thomas Gallegos November 25, 2014

The St. Louis County grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri decided not to indict police Officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. Brown did not deserve to die. Wilson...

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The rise of the white, male celebrity activist

Natanya Toomes October 22, 2014

Race and gender do not play a factor in what gets recognition in the media, said no one ever. If you are a white male, chances are what you have to say won’t go unheard. No matter your celebrity...

Illustration by: Ruby Kim / Contributor

Racist representations in the media needs to change

Natanya Toomes October 15, 2014

Black and white, two hues usually set to depict opposites. From films to one’s own reality, these shades alone hold the power of how we view each other in society. In many films and TV shows,...

Women prisoners are taking their babies for a walk. However for some, they have been denied the privilege of walking their own child. Courtesy of MCT

Sterilizing women prisoners is denying a human a life, future and humanity

Himerria Wortham May 7, 2014

The California Senate Health Committee was presented with a bill on April 2 that aims to close loopholes that allowed for the sterilization of women prisoners without state approval. While this bill...

Courtesy of MCT

Race still matters in the college admissions process

Calvin Ratana April 16, 2014

“Affirmative action was the government’s first and only program that attempted to combat institutional racism.” Those words rang loud in my head, as my high school teacher taught my class the...

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