“A lot of people think that a victim of human trafficking is just someone that is tied to a basement, but there are a lot more social and economic factors involved in the process,” Luke Murphy, an organizer of one of the panels, said. […]
“People have a good heart and want to contribute back to society,” Richards said. “They might not identify with institutional church, but they still believe in humanity.” […]
“When we shorten the food chain, people learn more about how food is produced,” Pollan said. […]
“Not everyone’s in a wheelchair, but that doesn’t mean I’m not struggling,” Julia Arnese, director of CSD and MCAS ’20, said. […]
“Everyday values in our country like opportunity, democracy, fairness, and equality are under attack,” Tubbs said.
A resident of Gonzaga 2 said that her “Black Lives Matter” sign was ripped off her door. BCPD came to her room later that week and gave her a new sign to put on her door.
“You can’t understand American history without understanding the history of racism in this country,” Muhammad said. “There’s no America without it.” […]
“The opposition has no access to media. No access at all. No access on TV channels, no access to radio. We only have access to Twitter and Facebook.” […]
The winning idea brings zero-waste products to hotels using water-soluble toiletries. […]