Pop culture columnist Caelan Reeves outlines the most ethical way to support causes like Black Lives Matter using social media.
Local activism is more effective in helping disadvantaged communities than Trump’s Opportunity Zones program, says Sam Hernandez PO ’24.
Several faculty at the Claremont Colleges canceled or postponed their classes on Sept. 8 and 9 as part of a nationwide movement to bring attention to issues of racial injustice, police violence and systemic racism in the U.S.
Nearly a thousand 5C students, faculty and alumni have signed a petition to remove Robert Millikan’s name from Pomona’s Millikan Laboratory.
5C students are reviving Know Your Rights Claremont, collaborating with local activists to organize educational clinics about immigrant rights.
No person or group can be perfect on every issue. In many cases, compromise is necessary to create long-term change.
Donald Trump’s impeachment trial is over — and the lack of attention paid to it signals something dire about our political climate.
Political protests mobilize large groups of people, but often still fail to meet their aims. Here’s how to take the next steps.
Activism on social media may seem overwhelming and performative at times, but it’s vital to accomplishing change and promoting solidarity.
Get out of the way Taylor Swift! There’s already an incomparable pop queen in town, and her name is Dolly Parton.