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Dr. Cornel West speaks at Stanford

Dr. Cornel West spoke at Stanford University on Thursday, February 12 at 6:30 PM at Dinkelspiel Auditorium. The event was free and open to the public, and consisted of a lecture by Dr. West followed by a question-and-answer period with a graduate student in the School of Education and a visiting scholar from the University of Pennsylvania. In his lecture, Dr. West asked questions of the audience drawn from the works of W.E.B. Du Bois, like how shall integrity face oppression? What does decency do in the face of insult? In his answers, Dr.

Jessie Hernández’s Family Calls for Federal Investigation Into Police Shooting

EXCERPT FROM COLORLINES:The circumstances surrounding the shooting have been called into question. Denver Police Chief Robert White said as much, telling reporters: “As it related to shooting and vehicles, our officers are directed that we do not shoot into moving vehicles unless their life or someone else’s life is in immediate danger,” White said.

Gentrification Crisis in EPA

Like many cities in the Bay and across the nation, East Palo Alto is being squeezed by the process of gentrification. Many people argue that this is a "natural" market process, but they are failing to consider the displacement of working-class families and the ethnically diverse culture that will be lost with it.

International Court of Justice to Rule on Genocide Case Between Croatia and Serbia

The UN court will rule on the case filed by Croatia in 1999, in which they accused Serbia of committing genocide during the 1991-1995 war. Read more here.

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