Law librarian Renate Chancellor explores the ways libraries play in a role in social justice and diversity.
Lindsey Lupo, PhD, shares the importance of voting and how everyone who is able to do so should find a way to cast their ballot.
Gen Z deserves to have their voices heard more. And what they say will surprise you, educate you, and maybe even give you hope for the future.
Elaine Giles passion for justice work has led her into a career of using art as an agent for change.
Learn from Danielle Cervantes Stephens (00), and Abby Hamblin (14), as they share strategies, best practices and tools for being a better media consumer.
DC and Marvel have been increasingly innovative about diversifying its creators and its characters in recent years.
Seasons of uncertainty can increase our desire to find security and safety. However, it remains true that organizations and people are still in need.
Alum M'Lynn Martin offers practical steps for how to confronting racism within your family and to help any who are struggling to find the confidence to speak up.
How do we meaningfully engage in the work of racial justice and antiracism as individuals and as the church?
Throughout her career, Christina Kelley, DNP, RN, CNS (MSN 15, DNP 19) has always stepped up to meet challenges. She is currently a clinical...
Alesia Wright and Sam Kwapong hosted a virtual conversation on racial injustice, life at Loma, and what being part of MOSAIC clubs on campus means to them.
On May 29, 1964, Martin Luther King Jr. spent 11 hours in San Diego and journeyed to PLNU to give his speech titled “Remaining Awake through a Great Revolution.”