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Professor puts theory into action

Lauren J. Mapp

November 10, 2015

A mass kidnapping occurred on Sept. 26, 2014, when 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers College in Mexico went missing after attempting to “borrow” a bus to ride to a protest. One year later, there are many unanswered questions as to their whereabouts, what many (including the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights) believe to be misinformation or lies from th...

Author Reyna Grande (right) signs copies of her book “The Distance Between Us: A Memoir” during the 10th annual San Diego City College International Book Fair on Oct. 13 in the Saville Theatre on campus.   Official Facebook photo.

Author Reyna Grande discusses her life at 10th annual City College Book Fair

October 27, 2015

The San Diego City College International Book Fair had a big turnout in the Saville Theatre on Oct. 13, where author Reyna Grande was on hand to talk ab...

The family members of missing 43 Ayotzinapa students Jorge Alvarez Nava, Benjamin Ascencio Bautista and Miguel Angel Mendoza speak to listeners circling around the small stone stage. Photo credit: Mark Elliott

Caravana 43 rallies at City

April 21, 2015

Proclamations and chants such as "Ayotzinapa aguanta San Diego se levanta!" and the continuous shout of "Justice!" echoed through the streets of Downtown...

Student and Students in Power member Tony Perez raises his fist, leading the crowd that gathered in the BT Plaza in a chant of “We won’t take it anymore,” referring to recent officer-involved deaths that have and haven’t made national news. Photo credit: Miguel Cid

Students stage walkout in protest in wake of Michael Brown grand jury decision

December 10, 2014

“Hands up! Walkout! Hands up! Walkout! Hands up,” was the call to fellow students on the way to class, along 16th and C streets, and through San Diego...

Students march to bring attention to the 43 missing students in Guerrero Mexico.
Photo Credit: Richard Lomibao

City students rally for the missing 43 Ayotzinapa students

December 10, 2014

Nov. 20, 1910, was the day that marked the start of the Mexican Revolution leading to Mexico's independence. But this year, the day's revolutionary spirit...

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