California Senate Republicans recently held a rally at the State Capitol announcing their legislative goals “to fix California” for the next year.
Dr. Rex Fortune, who was a husband and father, an educator, author and advocate passed away on January 29, 2023 at the age of 81.
Assemblymembers Corey Jackson (D-Riverside) and Ash Kalra (D- San Jose) have introduced a resolution to alter the dress code on the floor of the lower chamber of the State Legislature.
The California Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board (RIPA Board) released its annual report on policing in December. It revealed that People “perceived as Black were searched at 2.2 times the rate of people” appearing as White.
The California Task Force to Study and Develop Reparations Proposals for African Americans decided at the two-day meeting on the campus of San Diego State University that it would support legislation that extends the panel until July 1, 2024.
Commentary: Why the Debate Between Advocates and Gov. Newsom Over Black Student Funding Is Heating Up
When Gov. Gavin Newsom presented his 2023-24 budget, educators around the state were happy to hear his funding plans for California’s public schools.
For some, it may be hard to imagine barely escaping alive from one of the biggest mass genocides in world history, or hearing stories about family members who were the victims of a catastrophe of that magnitude. But for Jewish Americans living in California that scenario is a painful and present truth that they live with, respectfully acknowledging and memorializing it every year.
“Faith and prayer without action is meaningless,” said Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA-13), the longest serving -- and the highest ranking -- African American member of California’s delegation to United States House of Representatives.
Civic Leaders Condemn Graphic Beating Of 29-Year-Old At The Hands Of Memphis Police Officers; Urge Caution When Watching Video.
At least 20 people lost their lives due to the “Parade of atmospheric rivers” drenching California landscapes.