Ron Stallworth, the subject of Spike Lee’s film “BlacKkKlansman” and a former SLCC instructor, shared his story Feb. 26 at the Grand Theatre.
SLCC students and staff were shocked to find anti-immigration messages displayed around campuses yesterday.
Several Utah rappers participated in an insightful discussion on youth and racial justice Oct. 24 at South City Campus.
Jonny Nay submits an open letter asking white people to show compassion and become citizen activists.
The women who participated in the YWCA Stand Against Racism panel discussion shared both inspiring and heartbreaking stories.
Reader Shelia Clark talks about Black History Month.
Michele Norris visits SLCC to spread her message about race with the Race Card Project.
Michele Norris, a reporter for NPR, speaks about the Race Card Project and overcoming racism and stereotypes.
“Take a walk in their shoes” is my six word essay describing what the word ‘race’ means to me. A part of the Race Card Project, to answer the question of what the word “Race” means to you in only six words.
Black students at SLCC are the minority, but they make their voices heard at Student Voices Panel.
Martin Luther King Humanitarian award winners gathered for a panel discussion and tribute.
“Conversations on Social Issues: The New Racism” kicked off SLCC’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.