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Season 4, Episode 1: Lae’l Hughes-Watkins and Tamar Chute

  • Lae’l Hughes-Watkins
  • Tamar Chute

How do you document a student movement? Student activists organize and mobilize within ephemeral spaces that need to be documented ethically and with care. 149 more words

Archives In Context

Deer: the Culling Conundrum

Encountering deer is a thrilling experience. Whether it’s fawns frolicking in the spring sunshine, or bucks locking horns in battle, these majestic animals have been a favourite of the general public and royalty alike for centuries. 1,042 more words

Alan Cooper Day Proclaimed by Albuquerque City Council

Editor’s Note: At the Monday, August 3 Albuquerque City Council meeting my old friend Alan Cooper will be honored with the official Alan Cooper Day, August 10, 2020. 711 more words

Political Activism

"Tougaloo College Embraces New Improvements after Student Activists Demand Change" By Levell Williams & Malcolm Walker

The nation and world lost the legendary civil rights activist and congressman John Lewis on July 17, 2020. His life of selfless sacrifice and peaceful protest resounded with many who have come to seek out “good trouble,” as he so iconically coined the work of human rights activism. 1,545 more words

Student News

#metoo in MCPS: dozens of sexual assault and harassment claims shared over social media

By Mary Ma

Trigger warning: This article contains discussion of sexual assault.

Call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 if you need assistance. Help is confidential and free. 879 more words

Student Activism

Students March for BLM, Advocate for IHEID Reform

by Anne Lee Steele and Adriana Stimoli

Note from The Graduate Press Team: The following report is Part 2 of the two-part account of the Black Lives Matter March held in Geneva last June 9, 2020. 2,738 more words

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10 Ways You Can Get Involved in Student Activism and Be a Student Activist

Written by Samantha Wheeler

The ultimate goal of activism is to create large support and lobbying around issues to create change. In order to create change, it is important to educate yourself to be able to debate respectfully and educate others. 1,102 more words

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