San Mateo County has the greatest number of self-response rate in California

“We now claim it as power, we want to be counted because we helped build this country,” Tealer said.

‘Our economy is roaring back,’ says President Donald Trump

June marked the second straight month of job growth after more than 20 million people lost their jobs.

Cynthia Erivo, Zazie Beetz, Zendaya invited to join Film Academy

In 2016, the Academy set specific inclusion goals as part of its A2020 initiative to double the number of women and underrepresented ethnic/racial communities by 2020.

Google Doodle celebrates LGBTQ+ Rights Activist Marsha P. Johnson

Google.org is donating $500,000 to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute, which works to end violence against Black Trans women across the United States

Final SEE-LA and Supervisor Mark-Ridley Thomas, LAFC Veggie Box Giveaway on July 1

Recipients To Include LAFC, Banc of California Stadium & Fanatics Part-Time Staff

Michael B. Jordan: ‘With this drive-in summer series, I hope that friends and families are able to not only enjoy, but to learn and grow.’

A Night at the Drive-In” will feature a wide selection of films celebrating multi-cultural voices in cinema.

California Moves One Step Closer to Granting Parolees Right to Vote

Last year, Nevada and Colorado restored voting rights to approximately 87,000 people on parole.

Justice in the time of COVID: How much White supremacy will America condone?

“I’m really hopeful in this moment that in addition to all the racial inequalities and policing and all these things that are now being revealed, that it’s also an opportunity for us to rethink some economic pillars…”

California Senate Okays ACA 5: Affirmative Action Decision Moves to Voters

“Since the passage of Prop 209, admissions rates for Asian American students in California’s most competitive schools have continued to decline, as has been the case for Native Americans, Black and Latinx students,” it read.

Three African Americans Step Into Top California Leadership Roles

Three African Americans stepped into top jobs in California’s Capital

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