Dr. Farima Pour-Khorshid facilitated a workshop discussion about healing called, “Tending to the Wounds of Racial Trauma and Social Toxicity.”
The emotionally charged film “Monster,” made its first appearance at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and with its Netflix premiere this week, the film remains as relevant in 2021.
Michael Eric Dyson’s “Long Time Coming” is a heartfelt book that uses the history of racism in America to show how it has shaped our culture and society in various heinous ways.
He goes far back in history from the “Final Passage”, where African people were stolen from their land and forcibly placed inside slave ships, to when two white men murdered a young boy named Emmitt Till after being supposedly accused of cat-calling a white woman.
Netflix’s “Whose Vote Counts, Explained” is a three-part mini-series that explains the history and injustices of elections in the United States. The mini-series focuses on how the voting system works and what can be done to fix the flaws that haunt it.
Discrimination, sexism and racism are issues that are plaguing the United States.
With unity, people are standing up to fight the plague that goes around the U.S.
East Los Angeles College Associated Student Union hosted the Our Voices Matter event on Tuesday.