Tag Archives: protest

PHOTO ESSAY: Community members advocate for equality in the Women's March

By Judy Ly Rainier Editor-in-Chief Unlike any other casual Saturday, thousands of people were connected with the same value: equality. After gathering at San Jose City Hall, families and friends make their way through Downtown San Jose for the Women’s March: Our Power Counts. Poster: “Save our democracy. I’m in the Senate.” After going by “accident” last year, Michaela Motch

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Climate march shows dedication to cause, but more action is needed

The Student Informer Political and current event opinion from Ben Alexander Climate change is perhaps the most dire threat facing humanity to date, which is why it is imperative that we take real, substantial action. Simply raising awareness is not enough — true political change is necessary. Given the gravity of the threat of global warming, up to 40,000 protesters

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PHOTO GALLERY: Summit Rainier students walkout to protest Trump

By Amanda Ramirez Staff Writer More than 150 students from Summit Rainier participated in a peaceful student walkout on Nov. 10 in response to the results of the presidential election. Students walked to voice their support for minority groups who might fear the next four years under Donald Trump’s presidency. Click here for a video piece on the walkout.

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