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Local Community Attends 48th Annual Soul Food Dinner Hosted By Eureka NAACP

Various NAACP members filled the Eureka Women’s Club kitchen yesterday, keeping food warm and passing out plates to those who were in attendance. The Eureka chapter of the NAACP was hosting their 48th-annual Soul Food Dinner and provided a full meal that included fried chicken, greens, cornbread, macaroni & cheese, sweet potatoes and dessert. “Almost the same people who cooked …

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Eureka NAACP To HSU: Cease Recruitment in Minority Majority Neighborhoods Until Substantial Support is Implemented

The Eureka chapter of the National Advancement For Colored People (NAACP) has sent out a press release regarding Humboldt State University’s recruitment efforts in minority-majority neighborhoods–telling HSU to forgo the revenue these prospective students offer, until they implement substantial support for students of color. PRESS RELEASE Eureka, CA (April 25th, 2018) Eureka-NAACP requests HSU cease recruitment in Minority-Majority Populations The …

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Adesina: (in)Visible Documents

“For Adesina, clay sculpture is a metaphor for life. Inner struggles become concept sculptures which become symbols– coded messages that personify strength. Clay is unpredictable and unapologetic. It doesn’t forget its folds, it explodes, cracks, and morphs under fire. It survives this process and emerges resilient. Its imperfect nicks and scars are markers of a unique journey from mold to set. …

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