Media Resources

Using the Media Resources Database

San Diego Mesa College has compiled and listed photo albums, videos, and articles written by outside organizations for your use. Media resources are also displayed at the end of related articles in the newsroom under the additional information section. 


The media resources be filtered by tag or using search. Use the filter to find all resources under a specific tag. Once a tag has been selected the list of tags will show only tags related to the current selection. Use search to find media resources by type, source, title or date. To search by month you must spell it completely out. By clicking the reset button it will clear all selected filters and search.

Sorting results

Media resources can be sorted by any column heading including date, type, and source. Simply click on the header sort by that column. By default the media resources list is sorted by date with the most recent addition first.

About the database

The media resources database is maintained by the Office of Communications.  For questions, comments or to submit resources to be included please contact Jennifer Nichols Kearns, Director of Communications.  All resources submitted will be reviewed and vetted prior to posting.

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Date Type Source Title Tags
March 16, 2023 Article SD Voice and Viewpoint: Vol. 63 No. 11 | Thursday, March 16, 2023

Starla Lewis, Black Studies, African American Studies, Black History Month, InTheNews, San Diego MEsa College, African Art

December 30, 2021 Article KPBS What do the 7 principles of Kwanzaa mean?

In The News, Starla Lewis, Professor

December 30, 2021 Article KPBS San Diego County reports 3,653 COVID cases most since Jan. 7

Professor, In The News, Starla Lewis, Kwanzaa, Professor Starla Lewis

April 02, 2021 Article kpbs Derek Chauvin Trial Retraumatizing For Many

George Floyd, Derek Chauvin, Starla Lewis, In The News, BLM, Black Studies, Faculty

February 24, 2017 Article USA Today Untangled from politics the proud Afro hairstyle rises again

Starla Lewis, Black Studies, In The News