Colombian-Wayuu author and attorney Estercilia Simanca Pushaina discussed her advocacy for the indigenous Wayuu people Feb. 27 at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana of the Exonerated Five will appear at SLCC on Feb. 18. Learn more about their wrongful conviction in the Central Park jogger case.
SLCC students share their opinions on the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
View new photos of the SLCC India Study Abroad program.
Displaced by horrific circumstances and subject to extreme exploitation, thousands of Indian children live on the streets.
For any socially responsible entrepreneurs in urban development, India is poised for investment that goes beyond just the bottom line.
The longtime business of selling books on the street is being kicked to the curb by politics and technology.
With so many disabled Indian youth lacking assistance, the Akshar School has become a haven for special needs students.
Lijjat Pappad is a socially responsible papa dum co-op run mostly by women.
Literacy and opportunity prove to be great obstacles for women in Gulumb, but their spirit and desire to succeed in business does not waver.
Navigating the busy streets of India can be an adventure in its own right.
Students at the Maharashtra Institute of Technology voice their concerns about misinformation in the digital age.
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