Moorpark College Reporter

Photo by Janeene Nagaoka, courtesy of the VCCCD photo archive

Oxnard College hosts civil rights activist Angela Davis for a virtual conversation on social justice

By Marissa Roberts May 17, 2021
Oxnard College's Associated Student Government hosted civil rights activist Angela Davis, PhD for a live-streamed conversation on Wednesday night about the abolition of prisons, the prison-industrial complex and the police, the importance of ethnic studies and the Black Lives Matter movement. Over 500 people logged on via Zoom and Youtube to watch and ask questions.
Image Courtesy of VCCCD photo archive. Photo credit: Clepsy Hernandez

Moorpark College celebrates Black History Month with panel of community leaders

By Mitchell Ross March 4, 2021
MC and the BSU hosted a panel discussion with community leaders. In association with the Black Student Union, Moorpark College organized the Black Leadership and Identity panel in their monthlong celebration of Black History Month.
The California Democratic Party collaborated with the CADEM Black Caucus to create the Black women lead forum on Feb. 25, 2021 over zoom.

California Democratic Party honors ‘Women In Lead’ in a virtual seminar

By Karla Vazquez March 3, 2021
The California Democratic Party and the CADEM Black Caucus discussed what it means to be a Black woman in politics and the progress that still needs to be made.
Poster of James Baldwin is placed in the quad of Moorpark College on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020. Multiple posters were placed around Moorpark college to celebrate Black History Month last year. Photo credit: Evan Reinhardt

Moorpark College and Black Student Union to present virtual presentations in celebration of Black History Month

By Andrea Lopez February 2, 2021
Black History Month is an annual cultural celebration celebrated from Feb. 1 until March of every year. It is a celebration of achievements of African Americans in the United States, as well as staying educated on the history that has been forgotten or erased. It is a time to embrace and remember to continue to bring awareness to Black history and culture.
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