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Memory of victims of violence often fades with news cycle

Marlize Duncan, Reporter

July 7, 2018

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#JusticeforJunior. #JusticeforSandraBland. #JusticeforTrayvonMartin. #JusticeForWho? It seems as weeks pass that there is a new name added to the ever-growing hashtag. Names of those who were killed, put on the forefront of...

Take me out to the ballgame

Shivani Gupta, Reporter

July 7, 2018

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Shivani Gupta The AT&T Park jumbotron filled with advertisements reading Coors Light, Adobe and PlayStation. The black and orange flags atop it proudly wave back and forth with the wind, each representing a year the San Francis...

San Francisco’s Chinatown grapples with gentrification

Mya Franklin, Reporter

July 7, 2018

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San Francisco’s Chinatown is one of the oldest immigrant enclaves in the United States and has fostered a vibrant and bustling immigrant community as well as a cultural hub for Asian Americans and Chinese Americans in American...

Crime bias is induced by racial divides in America

Amanda Zhu, Reporter

July 7, 2018

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According to a study by CNN in 2016, both black and white people in the US had about 12% of their populations using drugs. But, black people who were convicted for drug use were six times as likely to be imprisoned than the wh...

Fourth of July an opportunity to explore discrimination and American identity

Shivani Gupta, Reporter

July 7, 2018

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The streets were filled with hundreds of tourists, residents, and people of all cultures, exploring the multitude of stores and restaurants in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Although people of all races were spending time togeth...

Equality still lags for non-white Americans

Jordyn Mehlman, Reporter

July 7, 2018

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Race is extremely prevalent in our society. Race is thought about when people make negative assumptions based on skin color and when people try to make the world a more equal place. It changes the way people interact, live, and...

Despite advances, Asian-Americans face serious discrimination

Amy Miyahara, Reporter

July 7, 2018

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Go back to your country. Shut up and speak English. This is not your country.  These are all phrases Asians have heard time and time again. They are just a few cases in a centuries-long history of discrimination that Asians across the globe have faced. Countless others have shared their stories of facing ...

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