By Samantha Bartholomew Four hundred years after the start of slavery in America, the so-called most powerful nation has still not addressed one of our country’s greatest atrocities. The fact that our country was built on the backs of brutally exploited slaves. It is a topic that The New York Times Magazine strived to take
Month: August 2019
By Jonathan Ramirez “Public charge” is a term historically used in a veil of racism to justify the restraint of immigration based on race or ethnicity. 137 years later, in 2019, we still use it. The term “public charge” was created during the Immigration Act of 1882 in order to add categories for inadmissible aliens.
By Angel Peña In-n-out #1 Consistency is something to expect when visiting any In-n-Out location. At a glance their menu is simple, only 3 burger options, soft drinks, shakes and fries. Although simple, this menu attracts customers from all over the country. The location on 7467 Indiana Ave here in Riverside is no exception to
By Leo Cabral College does not have to be the most stressful time in a person’s life. Riverside City College provides many programs and resources to ensure student success and wellbeing. Student Resources Student Health and Psychological Services is located next to the bookstore in the Bradshaw Building. Students can receive individual and group counseling,
“I am simply defending my country from cultural and ethnic replacement brought on by an invasion.” This is a statement taken from the manifesto of Patrick Crusius minutes before he killed 22 people at a Walmart in El Paso. It is a statement that mirrors President Donald Trump’s ongoing blatantly racist rhetoric. Trump has referred
By Erik Galicia The No Saddles Committee, a student activist group at Norco College, is aiming to add two more student trustees to the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees consists of five trustees and one non-voting student trustee. “The idea of shared governance doesn’t feel like it will be