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After hearing the recent threats made to transgender communities by the Trump administration, sophomore animation major Jenica Rose Garcia decided to take action. Last Thursday, she held a transgender rights awareness campaign at Alumni Crossroads, making a statement to LMU that the transgen…

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Mental health is an issue that affects millions of individuals. With recent events that have occurred, it is important to know how to how to care for ourselves. After all, it is crucial for success.

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On Wednesday, Nov. 7, the Young Americans for Freedom hosted speakers Andrew Klavan and Michael Knowles. The two men are conservative speakers, who came to campus to discuss issues from their perspective.

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Recently, there’s been a lot of discourse and clashing of different opinions on campus surrounding social justice and politics. So, here are ten commandments, or ten things to consider, when going about being a social justice advocate on campus and in life.

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Last week, President Trump discussed the possibility of preparing an executive order that could get rid of birthright citizenship in the United States for babies born to non-citizens. This would take away the citizenship of millions of individuals born in the U.S. from families who immigrate…

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On Feb. 14, 2018, a tragedy that occurred in Parkland, Florida changed the discussion on gun control forever. At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, 14 students and three staff members lost their lives in a mass shooting—making it one of the largest school shootings in history.

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A lot has happened this past week in the realm of social justice, making it hard to keep up with the times. If you don’t know where to start, here’s the quick and dirty of three of the latest developments surrounding social justice issues right now:

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Social justice editor, Robyn De Leon, sat down with junior studio arts and psychology double major Rachael Moreno to talk about her thoughts on art and activism as well as to get a sneak peak on what sort of projects she’s working on now.

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Dr. Bryant Keith Alexander, the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts, gave a talk about his new book “Performing Black Masculinity: Race, Culture, and Queer Identity" on Oct. 16. The book is a collection of essays from multiple authors, and focuses on their research about the i…

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News broke that the Trump administration is moving towards establishing a legal definition of gender that excludes the transgender community on Sunday, Oct. 21. The New York Times reported that the Department of Health and Human Services is pushing to define gender as “either male or female,…

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Art is not just art. Art can also be a form of activism. Art can be an outlet for representation, for the voiceless to express their grievances, for cultures to celebrate their traditions and so much more in a society that often times belittles both art and activism separately.