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Chancellor Nominee Seeks to Bring Ambitious Approach to Addressing Equity and Justice in the District
Trump Stokes Fears Over Mail-in Ballots and Voter Suppression

Trump Stokes Fears Over Mail-in Ballots and Voter Suppression

October 8, 2020

Constituents across the U.S. are panic-stricken that voter suppression efforts will unfairly shape the Nov. 3 presidential election, now less...

Impending District Accreditation Review Threatened by Governing Board Controversy

Impending District Accreditation Review Threatened by Governing Board Controversy

October 1, 2020

Accreditation reviews for the Contra Costa Community College District come at an inopportune moment as the Governing Board remains embroiled...

Roasting Temperatures and Raging Flames: The New Standard for Californian Fire Seasons

Roasting Temperatures and Raging Flames: The New Standard for Californian Fire Seasons

September 24, 2020

Sky-rocketing temperatures, raging wildfires and skies raining ash have plagued California in recent weeks. When will the nearly apocalyptic...

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Letter to the Editor: Awareness Key to Stopping Human Trafficking
Democrats Will Fail Their Voters If the Court Isn’t Packed in 2021

Democrats Will Fail Their Voters If the Court Isn’t Packed in 2021

September 30, 2020

Rest in peace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a tireless advocate for the rights of women, people of all races and ethnicities, the...

COVID-19 And Returning to Normal for Dogs and Other Pets

May 13, 2020

Are pets going to be ready for the family to return to school and/or work? For all pets, whether fostered or adopted, especially those new...

“Our Most Trusted Asset”: COVID-19, the US Navy, and the Absence of Trust

“Our Most Trusted Asset”: COVID-19, the US Navy, and the Absence of Trust

April 23, 2020

When Captain Brett Crozier, Commanding Officer of the aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt, emailed a letter to 20 of his peers and direct superiors...

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Unexpected COVID-19 Outbreak Ripples Through NFL
NBA Brings Social Justice Fight to the Finals

NBA Brings Social Justice Fight to the Finals

September 28, 2020

Jerseys printed with “Black Lives Matter” and “Freedom” have taken the National Basketball Association by storm since July 30, as some...

NBA Player Boycotts Ripple Across Sports World in Support of Racial Justice

NBA Player Boycotts Ripple Across Sports World in Support of Racial Justice

September 17, 2020

Like never before, players in the National Basketball Association are using their highly visible platform to try to combat racial injustice and...

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