Combating the Dramatic Rise of Islamophobia

The Council on American Islamic Relations has developed a five-prong approach to combat hate violence against the Muslim American community.

Graduate Student Strike Highlights Need for Greater State Investment in Public Universities

The strike of academic student workers at the University of California, now in its third week, has major implications for public education.

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From Street Sport to No. 1 Sport in the World — Soccer Equalizes the Playing Field

Journalists will speak about the history and the reasons behind why the Soccer World Cup is the largest and most popular sports event on the planet.

The Alarming Surge of Pediatric RSV

Causes related to the surge of cases; how parents can distinguish between RSV, a cold, and Covid-19, preventive measures, therapeutics and treatment.

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Keep Covid Off Your Holiday Guest List

Dr. Dali Fan, a cardiologist and health sciences clinical professor at UC Davis, offers some tips for keeping your family free from Covid exposure this holiday season.

Domestic Violence is ‘Healable and Preventable’

And while there has been encouraging progress, advocates say much more needs to be done to prevent abuse.

Building Bridges to Climate Progress

This year's UN climate conference could bring about much-needed and long-awaited funding for climate strategies in developing nations.

Cecilia ‘Cissy’ Marshall, Widow of Thurgood Marshall, Dies at 94

Marshall worked on school desegregation cases for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund for seven years.

‘Who Are You?’ Asked My Mother

My 89-year-old mother had lived in our home in California since 2006. But I was forced to move her to an assisted living facility in India.