The American River Current

Dominique Rosete’s work is an extension of the main WEAVE center to help college students receive resources. Currently, the WEAVE center in Downtown is only open to staff, and one of their thrift stores on 6606 Fruitridge Rd. is open, whose profits go directly to the organization. (Photo Courtesy of Dominique Rosete)

ARC’S WEAVE educator helps students in distress

Athena Acevedo, Feature Editor March 23, 2021

High stress and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic have led to an increase of domestic violence, according to a March 8 Sacramento Bee article about domestic violence in the Sacramento area. The Los...

(Logo courtesy of Tera Reynolds)

“Black Student Success Center” in the works for ARC

Thomas Cathey, Managing Editor December 20, 2020

Staff members Nick Daily and Tera Reynolds are currently in the process of developing a virtual (for now) “Black Student Success Center” for American River College, which is expected to debut sometime...

Over the summer people flooded into Cesar Chavez Park in Sacramento over the course of weeks to protest the killing of George Floyd and police brutality across America. The Black Lives Matter movement and message has been at the forefront of these protests demanding justice, accountability, and national defunding of the police. (Photo by Emily Mello)

Editorial: LRPD needs more than reformation, it needs total reimagination

The Current Staff October 14, 2020

The summer of 2020 was one most of us will likely never forget. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world stopped when George Floyd was killed after Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, knelt...

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