Now that President Biden has taken office, many Latinos feel more empowered and put their trust in the new president.
The Guardsman opens its doors for the discussion of, “Is it a Crime to be Black in America,” regarding the cases of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, two black Americans whose lives were taken away by the institution their families built. Join Nikki Hatfield and Kevin Bernard Moultrie Daye in this discussion.
Hundreds gathered Nov. 19 protesting police brutality in response to the assault and arrest of City College student D’Paris Charles “DJ” Williams by undercover police officers in the Mission District.
Kennith Harding Jr’s mother, outraged by her son’s death, met Thursday Oct. 20 with protest organizers and supporters inside the cafeteria on Ocean campus to plan a day of awareness against police brutality
The People’s Hearing on Racism and Police Violence, a two-day event for the families and friends of those killed by police officers to tell their stories to a panel of jurists, was held Feb. 19 and 20 at Edna Brewer Middle School in Oakland.