The Ramaytush Ohlone are the original inhabitants of the San Francisco Peninsula. Long sought-after, generational change is in the making—at City College, it begins with the Land Acknowledgement Initiative.
The Consistent Resistance is an art protest show which advocates for Black Liberation through intercultural solidarity. The show took place on Oct. 23, at Fillmore St. Cafe, where different speakers talked about various topics such as housing, healing, abolition, and even defending SFPD.
City College student Emmy Uwimana is resilient in overcoming his personal struggles, and uses the power of dance to advocate for social justice.
City College faculty, students, and student groups organized a protest at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center on June 22. Protesters expressed their anger regarding the recent decision to forgo the lease for the college’s Fort Mason campus, the removal of ESL and OLAD programs, and the disinvestment in its Black students.
The City College community objects to Mayor London Breed’s efforts to push through a controversial proposal to build 1,100 units of privately held housing on public land in use by the college that would create ongoing traffic congestion and parking issues.
CCSF Collective Presented at the Arts and Education Resource Fair in attempts to find support to restore the recent Spring 2020 class cuts.