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J4J protests

Protestors gather to demand justice for Josiah

Lawson update

Josiah Lawson to earn posthumous degree 2019

17 going on 18

But still no justice for David Josiah Lawson and his family

Students seek justice for all

Students gathered Wednesday on the quad in a rally for slain HSU student David Josiah Lawson.

Upset mothers march to Arcata City Hall

Angry mothers, students and community members all marched in solidarity with Charmaine Lawson from Humboldt State’s Library Circle to Arcata City Hall demanding Justice for Josiah on April 18. Just a few days after the one-year anniversary of the death

Out of the darkness comes light

Survivors of sexual violence share their experiences through the events of Take Back the Night Take Back the Night delivers the message that domestic partner violence, intimate partner violence and other types of violence will not be tolerated. Xochitl Cabrera

Justice for Josiah rally

On April 5 at 1:30 p.m., students at Humboldt State left class to attend a rally on the UC quad in remembrance of David Josiah Lawson, a student who was stabbed to death at a party in Arcata almost a

Power of protest in pursuit of peace

With the song, “JUSTICE FOR JOSIAH (RIP)” by Oboy Flocka playing in the background, sophomore criminology student Barbara Singleton stood near the front of Siemens Hall with pamphlets, spreading awareness on the events planned for the following 12 Days of

Leonard Perry prepares to lay flowers at a vigil for David Josiah Lawson, August 15, Arcata Plaza. | Photo by Curran Daly

David Josiah Lawson’s four month vigil

By Iridian Casarez and Curran Daly What began as a vigil for HSU student David Josiah Lawson turned into a conversation about the safety and acceptance of people of color in the community. Four months after the death of HSU

Humboldt’s hidden hate

By Alexandria Hasenstab Humboldt State University has not had a reported incident of blatant racism on campus in the past few years, however, the same cannot be said for the surrounding areas of Humboldt County. Several incidents of racist attacks,