Wednesday, July 17

A controversial extradition bill, first introduced by Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam in April, drew immense local and international opposition that culminated in a wave of mass protests in Hong Kong and around the world throughout June and July. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
A controversial extradition bill, first introduced by Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam in April, drew immense local and international opposition that culminated in a wave of mass protests in Hong Kong and around the world throughout June and July. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

The University of California lost access to Elsevier, the world’s largest scientific publisher, on Wednesday. The two parties had been working to form an agreement for the past six months. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The University of California lost access to Elsevier, the world’s largest scientific publisher, on Wednesday. The two parties had been working to form an agreement for the past six months. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Yi Chi Shih, an adjunct professor of electrical engineering at UCLA, could face up to 219 years in prison for attempting to illegally export electronics with military applications to China. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Yi Chi Shih, an adjunct professor of electrical engineering at UCLA, could face up to 219 years in prison for attempting to illegally export electronics with military applications to China. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community gathered to condemn recent acts committed against civilians by Sudan’s current military government and called for an end to the humanitarian crisis affecting the area.
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Protesters gather in LA in response to recent acts committed by Sudanese government

More than 100 people gathered in Sawtelle and Century City on Thursday to protest the military government of Sudan for violently repressing Sudan’s civilian revolution. Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community held a demonstration in front of the consulates general of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to denounce their involvement in the revolution in Sudan. Read more...

Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community gathered to condemn recent acts committed against civilians by Sudan’s current military government and called for an end to the humanitarian crisis affecting the area.
(Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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UCLA study finds schools across the country are becoming increasingly segregated

American public schools are increasingly segregated along the lines of race and income, a study found. A report from the Civil Rights Project at UCLA and the Center for Education and Civil Rights at the Pennsylvania State University, which was published in May, found racial and economic segregation is intensifying and spreading among American public schools due to demographic changes and a stall in desegregation regulations. Read more...

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The Asian Pacific Coalition and other Southeast Asian groups in universities across the country advocated last week against deportations of members of the Southeast Asian American community. The week ended with a forum in which speakers discussed how to respond to deportation orders. (Courtesy of Jason Vu)

‘Week of action’ promotes Southeast Asian solidarity with campaigns, forums

Southeast Asian student groups at UCLA and across the nation called attention to rising deportation rates of Southeast Asian Americans under President Donald Trump’s administration. The Asian Pacific Coalition at UCLA, several of its member organizations and Southeast Asian student groups nationwide held a “week of action” last week to raise awareness about the issue. Read more...

The Asian Pacific Coalition and other Southeast Asian groups in universities across the country advocated last week against deportations of members of the Southeast Asian American community. The week ended with a forum in which speakers discussed how to respond to deportation orders. (Courtesy of Jason Vu)


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