Armida Carranza

Armida Carranza, a junior photography major and psychology minor, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times.

Pomona College holds lecture on climate change

Climate change activist Maxine Burkett discusses links between climate change and race during an online lecture event hosted by Pomona College on April 1.

Diversity Retreat focuses on sexual identity and homophobia

Daniel Loera, director of multicultural affairs, provides an introduction to the diversity retreat session on sexual identity and homophobia Friday.

Speaker says education benefits from changing policies, practices and beliefs

Rema Reynolds, associate professor of leadership and counseling at Eastern Michigan University, discussed disparities in the education system and explored ways to address these issues utilizing policies, practices and pedagogical choices March 17 via Webex during her lecture “Reimagining Schools for Justice.” The talk was held for over 70 community members.

Workshop considers botanical diet

The California Botanical Gardens in Claremont held a virtual event discussing the history and uses of botanicals and California native plants earlier this month via Zoom.

Conference considers COVID’s impact on community organizing

Claremont McKenna College’s Civility, Access, Resources and Expression Center brought together five grassroots organizations to share their missions and the problems they have faced because of the COVID-19 pandemic in its Political Engagement through Empowered Representation, or PEER, Conference Saturday via Zoom.

Performance explores the imagery and history of the noose

D. Hill, adjunct professor of photography, showcased an eight minute video performance on racism against Black people titled “Remove the Noose by All Means Necessary,” followed by a question-and-answer session Saturday, hosted by Muzeo held via Zoom.

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