Alicia Garza, activist and co-founder of Black Lives Matter, spoke about the relationship between culture and policy and urged San Francisco and its people to be active participants in the fight for social justice and equality both locally and on a larger scale.
CCSF Collective Presented at the Arts and Education Resource Fair in attempts to find support to restore the recent Spring 2020 class cuts.
Artist and former CCSF teacher, Lauren Van Duren, had an art exhibit called Rise to Resilience, from January 13th through February 4th at the Sunset CCSF Campus. Within this article Lauren explains her inspirations for this particular exhibit. She also explains her early start as an artist as well as her experience teaching at City College.
Chants for justice rumbled outside San Francisco’s Hall of Justice on Oct. 7 as the families of six slain civilians demanded a meeting with District Attorney George Gascón.