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  • 2021 Sacramento Bus Trip Provides Students an Opportunity to Speak Earnestly with State Representatives About Education

    Every year, students, teachers, school administrators, as well as local education advocates across our community, fill up a handful of school buses and head to our state’s capitol to share their ideas and concerns about California’s public education system with members of our State Legislature. A tradition hosted by...
  • Lawmakers Consider Food Assistance for Undocumented Californians

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – On May 11th lawmakers in Sacramento considered funding for a bill to open up the state food assistance program to all needy Californians, regardless of their immigration status. The Senate Budget Subcommittee on Health and Human Services will decide whether to approve funds for the “Food4All”...
  • Could CA’s Internet Privacy Law Help Save Journalism?

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Journalists and internet privacy activists are speaking out in the wake of a recent hearing on big data and privacy in Washington, D.C., arguing that tech companies’ ad practices are hollowing out the news business and even threatening democracy. They contended the problem is that companies...
  • California-Mexico Advocacy Day Celebrated in Sacramento

    This year’s theme, “The Students We Share,” focused on binational cooperation on education   Sacramento, CA – Senator Ben Hueso (D-San Diego) and the Select Committee on California-Mexico Cooperation hosted an informational hearing titled “The Students We Share: A Discussion on Expanding Educational Opportunities for Trans-border Students” on Tuesday May 8. ...
  • PERSPECTIVES ON JUSTICE DENIED…SO FAR…

    Hilbert Morales EL OBSERVADOR Another African American youth, Stephan Clark, age 22, was killed on March 18, 2018 in his grandmother’s back yard by two Sacramento, CA police officers. Twenty rounds were fired; the family authorized its own independent autopsy which established that 8 rounds fired struck Stephan’s back....

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