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A screenshot of the Black Resource Center Director Bonnie Reddick discussing the history of Juneteenth.

Black Resource Center and Afrikan Student Union host virtual Juneteenth celebrations

by Aleah Jarin, Staff Writer // June 22, 2020

In honor of Juneteenth, a day that signifies the end of slavery in the U.S. as the last enslaved African Americans in Texas were liberated on June 19,...

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The Black Resource Center.

Black Resource Center hosting community check-ins for current, prospective students amid pandemic

by Johann Derek Oribello, Senior Staff Writer // April 13, 2020

Despite the coronavirus pandemic forcing many changes on campus — such as the removal of campus residents and the cancellation of events — San Diego...

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Miles Watkins is afirst year public administration graduate student.

Students celebrate black pride and their experiences

by Aleah Jarin, Contributor // February 19, 2020

Black History Month is a special time to reflect, appreciate and celebrate the many achievements of black figures throughout history and those who are...

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The Black Resource Center hosted a Sister to Sister luncheon at Tula Community Center on  Feb. 14, where guest speaker Patrice Washington spoke to female members of the black community.

‘Sister to Sister’ luncheon provides community, fellowship for black women on campus

by Katelynn Robinson, Staff Writer // February 19, 2020

A Sister to Sister luncheon, hosted by the Black Resource Center, was held in the Tula Community Center on Feb. 14.   Female members of the black...

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Renowned attorney and author Benjamin Crump spoke about civil rights and his life as an attorney at Montezuma Hall Theatre on Feb. 18.

Black Resource Center hosts renowned attorney, civil right activist

by Charlie Vargas, Staff Writer // February 19, 2020

On Feb. 18, the Black Resource Center invited renowned attorney and author Benjamin Crump to speak at Montezuma Hall Theatre about his achievements and...

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Dania Brett, University Senate Administrative Analyst, holds a sign that says

Black community members reflect on discrimination, community one year removed from vandalism, racist attacks

by Daniel Guerrero, Senior Staff Writer // February 19, 2020

The spring 2019 semester was grimly defined by multiple incidents of racism that included the vandalization of the Black Resource Center, a viral video...

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HIV/AIDS activist and best selling author Marvelyn Brown spoke to students about sexual health and awareness on Feb 7.

Black Resource Center hosts HIV/AIDS activist to raise sexual health awareness

by Johann Derek Oribello, Senior Staff Writer // February 12, 2020

On Feb. 7, the Black Resource Center at San Diego State commemorated National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day by hosting a lecture with activist and best...

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Panelists Ibraham Fardan, Patrick Germany, Defforest Hancock, Rene Walton and Robert

Local members of Black Panther Party talk party history, misconceptions

by Charlie Vargas, Staff Writer // February 12, 2020

Members of the San Diego Black Panther Party were invited as panelists to the Black Resource Center to discuss misconceptions about the organization on...

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Martin Luther King's message resonates with SDSU students

Martin Luther King’s message resonates with SDSU students

by Devin Whatley, Staff Writer // January 22, 2020

As students enjoyed one of their final days of winter break on Monday, they also recalled the message of Martin Luther King Jr., a civil rights icon whose...

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The Black Resource Center hosted a debrief meeting to discuss suspect racial descriptions.

Black Resource Center debrief covers suspect racial descriptions

by Daniel Farr, Staff Writer // September 24, 2019

After San Diego State was forced to notify students of an off-campus robbery that occurred last week, the Black Resource Center held a debrief on Monday,...

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Year in review: Meningitis outbreak, Greek life suspensions, racism on campus

Year in review: Meningitis outbreak, Greek life suspensions, racism on campus

by Bella Ross, News Editor // May 8, 2019

Meningitis Outbreak One of the first big news stories of the year landed when a student attending sorority rush events on the weekend of Sept. 1 contracted...

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Racist Snapchat video sent to a student prompts response from SDSU

by David Santillan, Assistant News Editor // April 30, 2019

San Diego State found itself addressing racism this week for the third time in two months. In series of Snapchat videos and videos, an unidentified...

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