Results tagged “San Francisco State University” from Bay Voices
What should a reporter do if you get arrested? A student journalist offers five important tips based on her real-life experience covering a demonstration. Video by Michael Ramirez.
By Aaron Salazar (For El Tecolote) On Tuesday, April 6, the spirit world received another daughter. Native American leader, Wilma Pearl Mankiller, lived to be 64. In 1985, the former San Francisco State University student became the first woman elected...
Carole Hayashino's discovery of a 1942 memo announcing that 19 Japanese American students would be interned in World War II camps, she launched a campaign recognize the injustice they experienced. Donna Tam reports from the university.
Claudia León says her early experiences as a young volunteer in the Mission District helped ther to prepare for her current job as program coordinator for the Chicana/Latina Foundation. Melissa Dudum-Maya reports from the Mission District.
Everyone has hobbies, but only a few people can turn hobbies into their life-long career. Juan Gonzales did. He started by founding the bi-lingual Latino community newspaper El Tecolote serving the Mission District. Daisy Miao reports from the Mission District.
Andrea will finish high school this spring with a 3.83 cumulative grade point average, $15,000 in scholarships, but her dream is to attend the University of California at Davis has been stalled by the laws that cover tuition rates for undocumented immigrants. Brenda Reyes reports from the Mission District.
Ruth Asawa creates art for the entire community. As designer of San Francisco State University's Garden of Remembrance, Asawa drew from her own painful experiences to create a living memorial to 19 students who, like her, were interned during World War II because of their Japanese ancestry.
Riding a bicycle anywhere near traffic in the Bay Area seemed less safe after two bicycle accidents, including a fatality, happened in Cupertino and at the Octavia and Market intersection in San Francisco this past March. But according to two San Francisco veteran bicyclists, the opposite is true in the Mission district. Sarah Bogen reports from the Mission District.
The beats of drums, the tapping of feet, the clapping of hands, and the calling out of symphonic poems can be heard during a traditional Panamanian Tamborito dance. Tamborito, Panama’s national dance, is an expression of the country’s people’s hopes, desires, spirit, and soul. Paulette Greenhouse reports from the Mission District.
Carole Hayashino was sitting at her desk in the office of university advancement at San Francisco State University when she received a strange memo one day in 1995. Addressed to the faculty was a letter with a list of 19 students who had withdrawn from their classes. Every last name was Japanese. Maharaj Zoneil reports on the Garden of Remembrance at San Francisco State University.