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SDSU Professor Luke Wood, who teaches the

Third annual Black Lives Matter panel covers racial issues in US

by Pabel Lopez, Staff Writer // March 7, 2018

A panel of San Diego State professors gathered to discuss the Black Lives Matter movement at Montezuma Hall in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union on...

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SDSU students respond to Black Minds Matter course

SDSU students respond to Black Minds Matter course

September 29, 2017

San Diego State will be offering a new graduate course called Black Minds Matter starting in October 2017. The course will connect themes from the...

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Editorial: Black minds, like black lives, matter

Editorial: Black minds, like black lives, matter

by The Editorial Board // September 20, 2017

The issue: A "Black Minds Matter" course has drawn criticism from conservative groups on and off campus, who have accused the class of being designed...

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Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X, addresses students at student union theater.

Daughter of Malcolm X gives talk at SDSU

by Rebeca Reyes, Staff Writer // September 20, 2017

On Sept. 14, Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of activist Malcolm X, visited San Diego State’s theater in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union to talk to students...

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Unreasonable backlash against new ‘Black Minds Matter’ course at SDSU lacks tact

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Writer // September 13, 2017

Many people like to think that K-12 schools in America are the pillars of fairness. However —  for young black men and boys — statistics show otherwise. ...

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Professor J. Luke Wood's Facebook profile picture. Wood is the professor and creator of Black Minds Matter, a class that has been controversial to some.

‘Black Minds Matter’ class draws criticism

by Maya Carter, Staff Writer // September 13, 2017

A new class offered to graduate students at San Diego State has garnered both criticism and support from students, administration and community members. Black...

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