It is a basic human need to feel safe. California Senate Bill 54 that dubs California a sanctuary state is a bill that gives immigrants a blanket of safety while […]
By Jonathan Ramirez Pot is harmless. It’s common knowledge, but Republicans are just starting to get it. Over recent years some Republicans have demonstrated a shift of opinion on […]
By: Joshua Burciaga Fake news outlets mislead the public, but local media outlets are just as guilty. To understand the false news epidemic, one must know who owns the news. […]
In today’s world young people have unlimited access to information that previous generations did not have.
Betrayal is something that no one should ever be subject to, let alone from a social media platform.
The negative effects of racial discrimination disproportionately impacts African Americans in the United States.
By Joshua Burciaga Those who fail to learn from past mistakes are doomed to repeat them in the future. This is exemplified in the relationship between the United States and […]
America aspires to have a government “by the people, for the people”, yet issues of common people, those who don’t have millions of dollars to donate to campaigns, are continuously underrepresented.
National Geographic made headlines this month after publicly acknowledging that its past coverage was “racist” and for decades failed to address people of color in the United States.
For over five years now, Native American tribes and climate activists across the country have waged a long, tiring battle against the construction of the now-infamous Keystone XL Oil Pipeline.