The American River Current

Mexican immigrants deserve the American Dream

Staff writer Cecilia Castillo Juarez holds a 1988-era photo of her parents in their home of Mexico. (photo by Ashley Hayes-Stone)

Cecilia Castillo Juarez

May 8, 2018

Recently, at the request from United States President Donald Trump, California Governor Jerry Brown agreed to send the National Guard to the California Border to protect Americans from gang activity and illegal immigration. Being first generation of two Mexican parents, I believe that the American Dre...

Student’s artwork displayed in Shadow Box

ARC student Miguel Miranda's artwork is on display in the Shadow Box located in the art department across from the Kaneko Gallery. (Photo courtesy of Miguel Miranda)

Lidiya Grib

January 31, 2017

Art student Miguel Miranda’s artwork was displayed in the Shadow Box during the first three weeks of the semester depicting realism and abstract forms and drawings. The art drawings that Miranda selected extended into a broad variety of different mediums, forms, styles and techniques with each p...

Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu coming to ARC

Nobel Peace prize winner Rigoberta Menchu's  autobiographical novel about what it was like growing up a peasant in Latin America and the hardships she had to endure; military oppression, moral endurance and the fight for justice. (Photo by Cheyenne Drury)

Cheyenne Drury

September 30, 2016

Nobel Peace Prize winner and political activist Rigoberta Menchu will be the featured guest speaker at American River College on Oct. 3. in the cafeteria at 6 p.m. The event will be open to only Los Rios students and employees with Los Rios IDs. Menchu is a Guatemalan indigenous k’iche’ wo...

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