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Thanksgiving’s racism highlights the need for change

Maida Suta, Reporter | November 19, 2021

Thanksgiving is a holiday with a tumultuous history that must change. From its contribution to historical revisionism to the reinforcement of stereotypes, Thanksgiving has multiple fundamentally problematic...

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Indigenous Peoples’ Day should be observed by the district

Maida Suta, Reporter | October 10, 2021

The Foothill-De Anza district should observe and commemorate Indigenous Peoples’ Day and honor the legacy of the Indigenous people in the United States. Indigenous Peoples’ Day has been observed...

Panel of Native American and Indigenous heritage speakers in the fourth installment of De Anza College’s mulitracial panel series “Our Histories, Our Experiences, Our Lives: From Learning to Collective Action

Native American and Indigenous panel discuss reckoning with colonialism

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | June 2, 2021
Indigenous speakers shared the broadly forgotten history of their lineages in the fourth installment of De Anza College’s multiracial panel series “Our Histories, Our Experiences, Our Lives: From Learning to Collective Action” on May 21.
Members of Día Pa Son ensemble play music from Veracruz, Mexico at the Son Jarocho event in Hinson Campus Center Conference Room B on Feb. 11.

Blending culture in music and dance: Día Pa Son ensemble performs Son Jarocho at De Anza College

Aliya Nupbay, Staff Reporter | February 18, 2020

The walls of the De Anza Hinson Campus center embraced the spirited melodies of the traditional art form Son Jarocho, a blend of African and indigenous Mexican music on Feb. 11. The main aim of the...

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