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A new academic year starts under a pandemic, high schoolers adjust

High school students across Southern California are adjusting to pandemic-imposed regulations as the new school year begins.   Torrance, California Sisters Emma and Olivia Crump began school...

How to get through a virtual school day, for you and your kids

For a myriad of reasons, distance learning is complicated. But as the United States grapples with navigating a school year under threat by the...

Fast Times at Nanterre: From living it up in France to being in lockdown California

Looming towers of Parisian architecture cast shadows over his head. He ducks into his normal bakery and snatches a baguette. After a good sniff...

Back to school at zoom university

The University of Southern California’s campus is normally flooded with students on their way to class, studying with friends or just hanging out. With...

Los Angeles and beyond: Where to find free school supplies

Distance learning or not, shopping for back to school supplies can be expensive. According to the National Retail Federation, pandemic-induced circumstances are supposed to...

Culturas Corner: Meet Dr. Shokooh Miry

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we get to learn more...

Latino admits make UC history with new record

For the first time ever, Latinos make up the biggest group of California freshmen admitted to the University of California school system.  The incoming class...

Year-End Reflection of She Should Run

“Women are underrepresented at all levels in the 500,000+ elected offices across the U.S. according to She Should Run (SSR) which...

For The First Time In History, Harvard Has Four Black Women Faculty Deans

For the first time in Harvard University’s history, four of its schools are led by Black women, reports The Harvard Crimson.In August...

California School to Bear Names of Filipino-American Labor Leaders Itliong, Vera Cruz

Larry Itliong was the man credited with starting California's legendary Delano Grape Strike in 1965. Itliong led Filipinos workers to the...

Student self-publishes children’s book to broaden Asian American representation

Children’s books have told stories with heartwarming lessons for decades, but many have failed to include minorities.In 2018, 77% of characters...

LeVar Burton releases YouTube video series on what it’s like to be Black in America

LeVar Burton is trying to educate the masses about the daily racism and microaggressions that affect Black Americans through a...
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News of the day: Judge rules 2020 census will continue through October

Late Thursday, Northern California U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh issued a preliminary injunction that pushes the 2020 census deadline to October 31.  The decision comes...

Culturas Corner: Meet Ankita & Gayatri Bansal

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we learn about THERE!, a...

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