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Ever wonder why Dr. Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Nelson Mandela are considered some of the greatest leaders in history?
The City College Cultural Awareness Center will host a panel discussion on who and what defines the iconic black leaders Thursday, Feb. 6, in the Student Center, noon–1:30 p.m.
CITY COLLEGE STUDENTS MARKED the midpoint of fall semester with an interactive workshop at the Cultural Awareness Center.
As leaves changed colors and fell,local artist, activist and teacher Xico Gonzales led a classroom of more than 40 students in making papier mâché masks to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos.
“Other than the students coming here just to do art, we teach them the skills to create a community and come together,” says Gonzales. “Somebody will make a mask for someone who comes in
today, and then hopefully that person will turn around and teach someone else … so it’s all about creating a community.”
Student Rose Castaneda, liberalstudies major, also believes the annual event is a communal upbringing while teaching the community about Mexican and Latino culture.
Ruben Llamas, author of the memoir “Eye From the Edge”, will be at City College’s Student Center on Nov. 7 from noon to 1 p.m. Ruben Llamas is the father of Steven Llamas, a Los Rios Facilities Management employee, who will be introducing him.
The Cultural Awareness Center’s coordinator, Victoria Henderson, speaks about the importance of the center on campus. From speakers and authors to alum and students from different countries, the main focus of the Cultural Awareness center is provide students with a place to expand their mind and broaden their scope on the world.Being the only campus in the Sacramento area with an dedicated to enlighten the campus community about other cultures, it’s important for students to understand City College’s hidden gem and keep up with what is being provided for the campus.
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The City College Cultural Awareness Center will host a World Homeless Day exhibit on Oct. 10, with a presentation of a slideshow about Sacramento’s homeless population by Francisco Dominquez, a City College alumnus and nationally known photographer.
Dominquez has documented the plight of of society’s downtrodden for the past 20 years.
Although the four-letter word “hate” doesn’t get censored, the actions that are fueled by it do. According to psychology Professor, Dr. Gayle Pitman, hate stems…
White cloths covered half the round table tops which filled up half of the City College Student Center. The surrounding chairs filled with returning and…
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