He wanted to help his community. So, he joined a militia.
Profiles from a Polarized America
These are stories from a class assignment that challenged students to write a profile of someone they disagree with politically.
These stories were reported and written through a journalism course on politics and government affairs reporting and edited by USC Annenberg Professor Christina Bellantoni. Annenberg Media student editors reviewed the stories and published them per newsroom guidelines.
It’s lunchtime at the Los Angeles Jewish Home. When the classic, old-school lunch bell rings across the campus, there’s a frenzy in the form of a traffic-jam of walkers, wheelchairs and canes on the pathway outside the dining hall. But Mack Stevens quite literally stands alone in the sea of wheels, briskly walking towards the hall.
A profile of Alex Lopez, Co-owner of Western Firearms Inc.
Price Professor James Moore created controversy when he sent a school-wide email defending due process in sexual assault allegations during Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanugh’s confirmation hearing in 2018.
USC trustee Michael Adler opens up about his views on politics.
Understanding the Anti-Immigrant Immigrant
‘Everything was on fire’: Ex-LAPD officer reflects on ‘92 riots
West Hollywood council member isn’t like most pro-choice politicians