There is a toxic double standard present within our society regarding female victims of sexual assault.
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America is known as the land of opportunity. People all over the world flock to the United States in search of the American dream.
By Leslie Santibanez Undocumented abuse victims live in a world where the fear of being deported causes them to remain with abusers. This is the everyday reality of being an abused undocumented woman in the United States. These women live a life filled with paranoia. They are afraid of their abusers, authority figures, and in
Between the Borders is a Chicanx-based podcast that features the Opinions and Life sections of Riverside City College’s Viewpoints.
Bisexuality is a topic not frequently addressed in LGBT movements.
Just mentioning the word “bisexual” makes some people run for the hills.
“Undocumented” is a film about journalist Jose Antonio Vargas’s journey as an undocumented American. The film was shown on March 29 in the Riverside City College’s Digital Library Auditorium.
The Riverside City College Feminist club joined the International Women’s Day March in downtown Los Angeles on March 5 which was led by AF3RM, a transnational feminist organization.
People of different genders, sexualities and backgrounds united under one on an overcast day in LA. Among these people were members of RCC’s Feminist Unite club.
Students concerns about the presidential election were addressed in the second post-election Student Forum sponsored by the Student Equity Committee at Riverside City College on Nov. 29.
With the arrival of the fall semester the Student Equity Program is here to help students who are in need of textbooks, free gas money and food.