By Jarrod Walley |Staff Writer| Dr. Thomas Corrigan, assistant professor of Communication Studies, talked to faculty, staff, and students about the organizing and activism his local Indivisible group been involved in resisting the Trump agenda. He argued that such grassroots organizing can be seen as an "experiment" in communication studies, and he pointed to his group's #whereispaulcook campaign as an example of one such experiment. The event was organized by CSUSB's University Diversity Committee as part of the Yotie Talks lecture series. The goal of the event that took place on Wednesday, March 1, was to educate the audience about the multiple indivisible grassroots organization … [Read more...] about Culture Jamming and “Missing” Representative: What is the Point?
By Emily Anne Espinosa |News Editor| In addition to the opposition against Trump’s executive order by universities and organizations on campus, resistance continues on the community level. One example is the coalition Indivisible San Bernardino Mountains, a non-partisan group committed to resisting Trump’s policies. Dr. T.C. Corrigan, a professor of communication studies, is an organizer of the group. Indivisible San Bernardino Mountains is a “grassroots non-partisan group that is dedicated to resisting the Trump agenda by exerting pressure on our representatives in Congress, to listen to their constituents and act on their behalf,” stated Corrigan. The group is associated … [Read more...] about Community Responds to Trump