Despite being considered an important tool for socio-political movements, social media is still plagued by prevalent power politics and censorship, argues Sae Furukawa PO ’25.
Pop culture columnist Caelan Reeves outlines the most ethical way to support causes like Black Lives Matter using social media.
After the killing of George Floyd earlier this year ignited protests around the country against police brutality, issues of racial inequality and justice have taken the forefront of conversations across communities and institutions. Read about the Claremont Colleges’ recently implemented racial justice initiatives.
Several student groups are demanding the Harvey Mudd College administration actively address systemic racism after receiving two official statements from the college administration they say fell short.
Protesters standing with the Black Lives Matter movement are organizing calls for reform within Claremont Police Department and the city.
Black artists across the 5Cs are using their artistic talents to showcase Black beauty, reimagine the mainstream, and fundraise for change.
From coming face-to-face with KKK members to organizing counterprotests against the Unite the Right rally, Anup Gampa has spent over a decade attempting to understand and fight racism.
In the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, Kamara Anyanwu CM ’22 writes to her non-Black peers about what more they must do.
A crowd of approximately 300 protesters surrounded the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum at Claremont McKenna College in an attempt to block conservative political commentator Heather Mac Donald from entering the building and delivering a talk on the evening of Thursday, April 6. Mac Donald, a fellow at the Manhattan Institute and
Over 1,000 members of the Claremont community, including students, faculty, staff, and city residents, participated in the Black Out Student March on Thursday, Nov. 12. The event was a part of a national day of action, #MillionStudentMarch, in which hundreds of colleges organized “to stand in solidarity with the students