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City College HUBU discusses systemic racism and the Black family

Director and producer Jordan Thierry provides perspectives for Black fathers about the challenges caused by systematic racism
Will Mauriz, Multimedia Journalist April 27, 2021
Dean of Student Development and Matriculation at San Diego City College, Nesha Savage, kicked off the campus' Hermanos Unidos Brothers United screening of The Black Fatherhood Project.
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Women at a mall walk aoutside of a store advertising a black friday sale.

Surviving Black Friday

A mall employee gives advice on how to prepare for the holiday shopping season.
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, News Editor November 28, 2019
It’s that time of the year again: time to buy presents in advance, time to buy that new computer, time to buy those clothes you’ve been wanting to.
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City College’s free tax service delayed (corrected)

Nationwide glitch causes on-campus tax service to be delayed for a period of time.
Carla Zuniga, Staff Writer February 6, 2019
Technical difficulties delayed San Diego City College students from filing their taxes for a period of time on the second day of the free on-campus service.
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Food pantry aids students facing food insecurity

Food pantry aids students facing food insecurity

SDCCD invests in addressing growing issue of hunger on campus
Monica de la Cruz, Managing Editor May 23, 2018

May 23, 2018 The phrase “starving college student” is often thrown around with humor in American pop culture and conjures images of cheap meal staples that fuel students through their first years...

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Battle of the Sexes

No one really wins while watching “Battle of the Sexes”

Esai Melendez, Arts/Features Editor October 5, 2017

Man vs. woman. You’ve heard this line before. This age-old tale came to the big screen on Sept. 29 in Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris’ (“Little Miss Sunshine”, “Ruby Sparks”) film “Battle...

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Hundreds rally to protest President Trump's  decision to end DACA at the San Diego County Administration building on Sept. 5.

‘Dreamers’ Nightmare Ruling Puts 800,000 Lives at Risk

Celia Jimenez, Border Editor September 20, 2017

The dream of about 800,000 people has an expiration date that places their future in jeopardy after President Donald Trump ended the Deferral Act for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program without warning....

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Video: 40,000 women march in San Diego

January 21, 2017

Every woman who marched in Saturday's Women's March in San Diego had her personal reason for joining in. One woman tells our Between the Lines team what moved her to participate, one of an estimated 40,000...

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Protesters defy rain to denounce inauguration of Trump

Shaylyn Martos January 20, 2017

Through heavy wind and rain, human rights activists and students participated in several demonstrations through downtown San Diego on Friday to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Representatives...

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A look at gender fluidity

Melissa De Pineres December 8, 2016

For some people, having both male and female energies at once is completely normal. It is like being stuck in the middle of both genders. There are days in which one can wake up and feel different, in...

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The aftermath of drunk driving

The aftermath of drunk driving

Esai Melendez November 17, 2016

San Diego City College student, Joanie Lopez, was paralyzed from the waist down in a drunk driving accident when she was 9 years old. Currently, she is president of M.E.Ch.A, a club that supports political...

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Is ‘Star Spangled Banner’ a marginal anthem?

By James Call October 4, 2016

Should they have the right? Should they show more respect? These are among the questions brought up by the recent brouhaha over the 49ers Colin Kaepernick sitting out the national anthem. Many other...

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‘Trauma of racism’ described

By Melissa De Pineres October 4, 2016

Days after a national leader of the Black Lives Matter movement spoke in San Diego about "the trauma of racism," an unarmed African refugee was shot to death by police in El Cajon. DeRay McKesson spoke...

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