Black History Month is an annual month-long observance in February where we come together to celebrate the achievements and remember the sacrifices made on behalf of Black Americans throughout U.S. history. (Created in Canva by Julianna Rodriguez)
Black History Month is an annual month-long observance in February where we come together to celebrate the achievements and remember the sacrifices made on behalf of Black Americans throughout U.S. history. (Created in Canva by Julianna Rodriguez)
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Black History Month 2024

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The True Black History Museum: Instilling knowledge, awareness and pride

By Julianna Rodriguez, DEI Editor | February 17, 2024 | 0 Comments

From Kamala Harris to Aretha Franklin, “The True Black History Museum” captured the true essence of achievement for Black Americans throughout history.

The State Hornet Podcast #2: Black History Month special

By Evan Patocka and Wan-Ling Yang | February 19, 2024 | 0 Comments
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Podcast staffers Evan Patocka and Wendy Yang talk about past articles on The State Hornet that represent the Black community and culture.

Black History is American History at the Crocker Art Museum

By Katelyn Marano, Copy Editor | February 19, 2024 | 1 Comment

The Sacramento Crocker Art Museum hosted a Black History Month festival in honor of its “Black Artists in America: Civil Rights to the Bicentennial” and “Joyce J. Scott: Messages” exhibits on Sunday featuring art by Alma Thomas and James A. Porter.

Showcasing 10 outstanding Black Sac State student-athletes

By Siany Harts, Social Media Editor | February 22, 2024 | 0 Comments

Welcome to The State Hornet’s Black History Month Sac State Athlete Showcase. Discover more about players such as Jared Gipson, Solape Amusan and Armon Bailey who have left their triumphant mark on Sac State athletic program’s history.

A photographer’s goal of changing the world one snapshot at a time

By Katelyn Marano, Staffer | November 29, 2023 | 0 Comments

Activist photographer Kachiside Madu has a story to tell with his “Homeless to Heartfull” exhibit at The Brickhouse Gallery and Art Complex in Sacramento

OPINION: Black culture is not yours to take

By Makenna Roy | May 5, 2020 | 27 Comments

Cultural appropriation and stealing from Black culture isn’t a new phenomenon.  From Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian-West to Fergie in the 2000s, white women and celebrities love to take Black culture and use it to their benefit — but they don’t love the Black people who created their styles. Story continues below tweet. Culture appropriation…

Must-read books for Black History Month

By Jada Portillo, Staffer | February 21, 2024 | 0 Comments

Books to read by Rachel Renee Russell, Angie Thomas and Mateo Askaripour during Black History Month.

Meet the Vice President of Inclusive Excellence

By Jourdan Jackson, PRMA Editor | November 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

Vice President of Inclusive Excellence Dr. Mia Settles-Tidwell is dedicated to changing Sacramento State’s definition of diversity

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Julianna Rodriguez, DEI Editor
(she/her) Julianna Rodriguez joined The State Hornet in fall 2023 as a DEI staffer and is now the editor for DEI. She is a senior public relations major, and hopes to become a publicist or work for a PR firm after graduating this spring.
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