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What Can Teachers Do About Colorism?

By Aziah Siid, Word in Black  If you asked a child to give an example of a time they witnessed or experienced colorism, you’d probably...

Being light-skinned can lead to ‘reverse colorism’ in many parts of the world

By Ronald Hall, The Conversation Racism is often debated, discussed and analyzed in politics, the classroom and the workplace. But as a scholar of the politics...

Racist remarks: Hurt, betrayal among LA’s Indigenous people

By Amy Taxin and Brian Melley, Associated Press Bricia Lopez has welcomed people of all walks to dine at her family's popular restaurant on the...

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Each year we partner with San Diego County Youth Football Teams to give need-based grants to some of their athletes.  This grant covers the cost of the athlete participating in the organization. This is a joint effort with Rudolph A. Johnson III, CEO of Neighborhood House Association and the Phi Omicron and Beta Nu Nu Chapters of The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The outyear goal is to establish a grant with each of the 15 teams across San Diego county.

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