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There’s still so much to learn and assimilate about white privilege

There’s still so much to learn and assimilate about white privilege

When many hear the term “white supremacy,” we have been taught to think of extremist groups like the KKK, but in addition to these overt harmful and sometimes deadly acts of hatred that endanger BIPOC community members, “white supremacy” also plays out in our daily lives in subtle ways that are tremendously harmful.

UPDATE: Equity Arcata’s Home Away From Home is Sunday at D Street Center

Note: see below for an important update from Home Away From Home co-organizer Wes Chesbro. – Ed. Equity Arcata HUMBOLDT –  Equity Arcata’s first Home Away from Home Potluck of the new school year takes place this Sunday, Sept. 8 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the D Street Neighborhood Center located at 1301 D

Home Away from Home Potluck at D Street Neighborhood Center this Sunday

Equity Arcata ARCATA – Equity Arcata is excited to announce that our next Home Away from Home Potluck will take place on Sunday, March 31 in celebration of National Caesar Chavez Day. In the spirit of camaraderie and goodwill, our Home Away From Home Potluck is a community-building event created to act as a bridge

Equity Arcata to offer overview of activities to HSU Senate

Equity Arcata ARCATA – Equity Arcata is excited to announce an informative presentation at the upcoming Humboldt State University (HSU) Senate meeting on Tuesday, April 2. Equity Arcata members will  share an overview of the organization and four of our seven equity working groups will be presenting their current work. Meeting attendees will have the

Arcata gets a State of the City report card

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – How is Arcata doing? Depends on whom you talk to – or who has the microphone. The civic temperature-taking took place the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 7. The “State of the City” event was hosted by the Minor Theatre and the Arcata Chamber of Commerce. After filling

Lawson’s loss marked in march, silent protest

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Exactly seven months after the violent killing of Humboldt State student David Josiah Lawson, a phalanx of silent marchers walked from the university to City Hall, where the City Council was meeting. The marchers paused outside the City Manager’s Conference Room, where the council had been meeting

Meeting on racism and safety unites Arcata

Humboldt State University HSU – In an effort to address diversity and inclusion in the community, City of Arcata officials, Humboldt State community members, and representatives of local businesses and nonprofits have come together to develop concrete plans for making Arcata a safer and more welcoming environment. Invited by Humboldt State President Lisa Rossbacher and