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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.

Various organizations to host upcoming events through the Black Resource Center

by Stephan Early, Staff Writer // February 27, 2019

This year at San Diego State, Black History Month was loaded with events, workshops, talks and mixers. The Afrikan Student Union along with other campus...

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MECha examines lack of Afro-Latinx representation

MECha examines lack of Afro-Latinx representation

by Jocelyn Moran, Senior Staff Writer // February 28, 2017

The San Diego State Afrikan Student Union partnered up with SDSU Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán to discuss the meaning behind being Afro-Latinx...

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Black History Month lacks recognition at SDSU

Black History Month lacks recognition at SDSU

by Maya Carter, Staff Writer // February 22, 2017

Although Black History Month is normally filled with numerous educational and cultural events at SDSU, this February lacked acknowledgement on-campus. Black...

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SDSUPD will begin to implement the program PERT when assisting civilians with metal health issues.

Protest sends message to SDSU campus cops

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Columnist // September 21, 2016

I rushed out of class to try to catch the last couple of minutes of the weekly Afrikan Student Union meeting last week when I received a text message from...

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Aztecs celebrate Black History Month on campus

Aztecs celebrate Black History Month on campus

by Jasmine Bermudez, Staff Writer // February 26, 2016

February is Black History Month, and several organizations at San Diego State have celebrated with events, discussions, and tributes. “Since SDSU...

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