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SFSU Joins Effort to Improve Special Education

By Jonathan Morales SF State is joining a national effort to help students with disabilities succeed in the classroom by improving schools’ abilities to serve them. Associate Professor of Special Education Susan Courey and Assistant [...]
Javarre Wilson says that San Francisco’s Black population has dropped from 78,931 in 1990 to 50,768 in 2010 and the numbers continue to shrink without a concerted plan by the City to reverse this trend. This is a major concern and extremely distressing”.

Health Summit to Focus on HIV/AIDS, Social Justice

The 7th Annual Black Health & Healing Summit, organized around the theme “We the People: Exercising Our Power, ”will take place Saturday, April 19 at San Francisco State University.The summit will address the policies pertaining [...]
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Local Colleges, Universities Establish “Blueprint” for Transitioning Foster Youth

By Ryann Blackshere How do programs provide college pathways for former foster youth? This video features the story of one young black male student at Laney College, and how one college support program helped him [...]