‘We Need Numbers to Tell Our Story’ – Reversing Census Undercount in Indian Country

With the 2020 Census approaching, California Native American media met with state officials in Sacramento to discuss ways to ensure a more accurate count.

Letting the “CAT” out of the bag on Sacramento PD

“Lettin’ the cat outta the bag is a whole lot easier n’ puttin’ it back in.”—-Will Rogers

“The Sun is Also a Star” is a Sober Teen Romance

Shahidi and Melton are an appealing screen couple with an easy chemistry between the two of them. If one is willing to look beyond race, it’s easy to root for the pair.

Classic R&B Hit ‘Mama Used to Say’ Returns to Its Reggae Roots

In a recent interview, Junior confessed that when he first wrote “Mama Used to Say,” it was intended as reggae.

April home sales down Statewide

Sales remained below the 400,000 level for the ninth consecutive month and have fallen on a year-over-year basis for a full year.

Caribpress catches up with GIIFF founder Freda Sideroff

Now in its 8th year, the Garifuna International Indigenous Film Festival (GIIFF) takes place next week in Los Angeles.

Metro Atlanta’s Diversity Complicates Census Count

“Why should I participate in the census, as a foreigner, as an immigrant, or as a refugee?” That’s the feedback Doris Mukangu from the Amani Women Center in Clarkson said she expects to encounter among the primarily African refugee population her organization serves.

Sen. Kamala Harris Gives Props to Black Press at 75th Anniversary of San Francisco Sun-Reporter

“The Sun-Reporter is an example of the significance of the Black press in America,” Harris said. “There are issues that are unique to the Black community, and until we have true diversity in the press, we must rely on papers like the Sun-Reporter.”

Producer DeVon Franklin joins Academy’s Board of Governors

Franklin is an American Hollywood producer, best-selling author, renowned preacher and motivational speaker.

Gov. Says No More Tax on Diapers and Tampons, Period

“We can afford it and it is the right thing to do,” Gov. Newsom said. “There’s a deep agenda here and I hope you’re hearing it. An agenda of affordability, an agenda on the cost crisis and an agenda to support parents.”

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