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"Shut up and dribble" has long been the thinking many have had regarding the intersection of sports and social justice. However, we talked with members of the LMU women's basketball team about the power that their voices as athletes have and gained insight into the social justice work they a…

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First Amendment Week (FAW) exists to celebrate champions of expression and to encourage others to exercise that freedom. When ESPN sportswriter Jemele Hill was a FAW Speaker, she explained her philosophy for social justice as an incremental battle: "Try your best to get people to move 10%, r…

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If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that taking care of yourself and your community takes deliberate effort. These five students tell us what they think of the intersection between self-care and social justice.

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Valentine's Day can be about a more authentic love than the one that is wrapped in stale pink packaging. Caring for your community is the best show of love there is.

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Intersectionality—a term coined by Black critical race theory scholar Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw—refers to the ways in which different forms of oppression tend to overlap, compounding experiences of discrimination.

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This month, unprecedented violence at the U.S. Capitol building disturbed Americans across the country and President Trump faced his second impeachment as a culmination to a presidency rife with controversy. Three LMU students want him out of the Oval Office sooner rather than later.

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In the days following this year’s general election, the nation was shocked to see the results of both Senate seats in Georgia were pushed back by a runoff election. Both elections are now scheduled to take place on Jan. 5. Since these seats are still not filled, the control of the Senate rem…