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http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Chaffey-College-Shooting-Campus-436549423.html From NBC Los Angeles : A Chaffey College police officer was involved in a shooting on the college's campus Tuesday, but no injuries were immediately reported, according to sheriff's officials. San Bernardino County sheriff's officials said no one was hit in the shooting at the Rancho Cucamonga college around 6:45 a.m. A spokeswoman for the college said it happened in a parking lot on campus, but noted that no one was injured. What prompted the shooting was unknown. A police car rammed a vehicle in the incident. http://www.abc7.com/news/officer-involved-shooting-reported-at-college-in-rancho-cucamonga/2249023/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------...
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California Community College State Men's Basketball Final Four held at Las Positas College, March 12th, 2016. City College of San Francisco vs. Chaffey College. Special thanks to Mario Gomez, CCSF Director of Basketball operations for offering his footage of this game. CCSF roster (white jerseys): 15 Jason Smith 6’1 Soph Thurgood Marshall 2014 11 Trevor Dunbar 5’10 Soph St. Ignatius 2014 34 Armani Hall 6’3 Fresh George Washington 2015 32 Justin Brown 6’1 Fresh St. Joes Notre Dame 2013 25 Kendall McIntosh 6’8 Fresh Freedom 2015 21 LaDonovanWilder 6’6 Soph Castlemont 2013 3 Troy Thompson 6’4 Soph Oakland Tech 2014 20 Zachary Copeland 6’2 Fresh Berkeley 2015 24 David Parsons 6’1 Fresh Sacred Heart 2015 4 Shon Briggs 6’6 Soph Heritage 2014 33 Jerrod Nodar 6’5 Soph St. Mary’s Berkeley 2014 23 ...
On the Chaffey Community College campus, during one of our most peaceful days, the police arrest and brutalize Joey, James, and Jason after we all complied with school policy, during one of our most peaceful days of activism and free speech. Partial transcript of difficult-to-hear audio: -"He's choking him! He's choking him!"-Jason, as the camera is first pushed away from the door. You can hear him continuing to yell this for about a minute on both sides of the room, including the reception area. -"I'm not resisting!"-James, after he is slammed down on the table, supposedly for resisting the officers. The arrestees: 1st) Jason 2nd) James 3rd) Joey The context: -Listen to what Kortney, the camera person, is saying; she fills it all in. -Toward the end of this video, you ca...
The President’s Equity Council was proud to bring renowned anti-racism activist and writerTim Wise to the Rancho Cucamonga Campusto speak about privilege and racism. Wise, who hasspoken at more than 1,000 college campuses acrossthe US, addressed a sold-outcrowd by discussing areas ofcriminal justice, economic and educational disparities between people ofcolor and their Caucasian peers. “Tim Wise’sthoughtful and passionate remarks on race, racial justice, and on multiculturalism were impactful for me personally and professionally,”said Rebecca Trawick, Wignall Museum Director/Curator.“His words drove home how important the work we all do at Chaffey College is–to provide a learning environment that isinclusive and supportive, no matter our role on campus.”