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Jourdan Jackson

Jourdan Jackson, PRMA Editor

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Jourdan Jackson is a fourth-year journalism student and PRMA editor with The State Hornet. She is in her second semester, and is passionate about encouraging discourse on social justice. Jourdan hopes to use her platform at the State Hornet to provide a voice to those who have been told their stories don't matter.
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Dr. Mia Settles-Tidwell, vice president and chief diversity officer for the Division of Inclusive Excellence standing in her office in Sacramento Hall Monday, May 1, 2023. Settles-Tidwell encourages students to visit her office and contribute an item to her collection of tokens that represent the diverse cultural community at Sacramento State.

Meet the Vice President of Inclusive Excellence

Dr. Mia Settles-Tidwell helps Sac State change the definition of diversity.
Jourdan Jackson, PRMA Editor
November 30, 2023
Vice President of Inclusive Excellence Dr. Mia Settles-Tidwell is dedicated to changing Sacramento State’s definition of diversity
William Gow, Asian American Studies assistant professor, gives opening remarks before the screening of short films based around Asian America stories during COVID Tuesday, May 2, 2023. Gow’s ETHN 113 Asian American Communities class screened  documentaries.

Asian-American Studies program hosts student art showcase

Ethnic studies brings awareness to anti-Asian rhetoric
Jourdan Jackson
May 8, 2023
Asian-American studies program awarded $150,000 grant in support of student showcase.
The Martin Luther King Jr center and the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Center will open their doors to students Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2023. The MLK Center, originally established in 2015, will be reopening as part of a relaunch, while Tuesday will mark the grand opening for the new APIDA Center. (Graphic created on Canva by Jacob Peterson)

Sac State launching two student centers in dedication to educational equality

Expanding MLK and new APIDA center
Jourdan Jackson
February 26, 2023
Sac State concludes Black History Month with grand opening of APIDA and MLK Center
PRIDE Center Coordinator candidate Brittney Dinelli on the third floor of the University Union Thursday, Feb. 23, 2023. Dinelli’s open forum was the first of three to highlight potential candidates to fill the space left by the previous coordinator, Tranh Pham.

PREVIEW: PRIDE Center in search of a new coordinator

Selection committee hosts candidate forum
Jourdan Jackson and Alyssa Branum
February 26, 2023
PRIDE Center candidate forum introduces potential coordinator to Sac State community.
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