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imageChallenging Colonialism s01e04 Indian Boarding Schools: Colonialism through Education
by Martin Rizzo-Martinez & Daniel Stonebloom
This episode of Challenging Colonialism examines the history of the Indian Boarding Schools that impacted thousands of Indigenous Californian children, specifically focusing on Sherman Indian High School in Riverside, Stewart Indian School in Reno, and Saint Boniface Indian School in Banning. Duration: 1 hr 1 min 30 sec...
Posted: Thu, May 12, 2022 3:08pm PDT
textBiden Billion Dollar Bailout for Dying Nuke Plants by Michael Steinberg
A 6 billion dollar plan by Joe Biden threatens to keep old nuke plants going after they have outlived their 40 year designed lives....
Posted: Mon, May 9, 2022 5:38pm PDT
image2022 World Trade Month - Expanding California African Global Trade
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
Since 1938, the United States has recognized May as World Trade Month and used it as an opportunity to celebrate the importance of international trade to the U.S. economy. 2022 Africa Unity Week is helping organize and promote The World Conference of Mayors and Black Towns and Historic Settlements Alliance in California as we build global unity. Together, we must build greater awareness and highlight the role of international business and trade in our communities....
Posted: Sun, May 8, 2022 5:19pm PDT
imageDiscover the Negro Hill, Mormon Island and Negro Bar Burial Ground Project
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
Our California Gold Rush Era burial grounds for people of African Descent, from both before and after the Civil War, are in a state of disrepair or inaccessibility due to overgrowth of vegetation, crumbling structures, and other racial challenges seeking to erase, distort or forever destroy the salient contributions of our ancestors must be systemically challenged....
Posted: Wed, May 4, 2022 10:16am PDT
documentLegal Actions Challenge Huge Logging Project in Los Padres National Forest
by Center for Biological Diversity
Three Lawsuits Filed Against Forest Service for Failing to Protect Environment, Cultural Resources on Pine Mountain, Reyes Peak...
Posted: Wed, Apr 27, 2022 2:14pm PDT
imageMonarch Butterflies, Dozens of Other Species One Step Closer to Endangered Species Protections
by Center for Biological Diversity
Legal Victory Secures Decision Dates for 27 Animals, Plants Across Country, Hundreds More Still Waiting...
Posted: Wed, Apr 27, 2022 12:52pm PDT
imageTop Scientists: California Must End Neighborhood Oil Drilling, Phase Out Fossil Fuels
by Center for Biological Diversity
Stronger Action Needed to Protect Communities, Climate...
Posted: Thu, Apr 21, 2022 2:11pm PDT
textElected Official Coalition and Other Groups Press for Drilling ban to Weaken Power of Petroleum by Suzanne Potter
The IPCC report makes it clear that delaying more aggressive action to transition away from fossil fuels usage would be catastrophic. In this moment of global crisis, California must do more to meet the challenge of the climate emergency. Elected Officials to Protect California speak out with other groups....
Posted: Thu, Apr 7, 2022 10:29am PDT
imageLawsuit Launched to Stop Destruction of Endangered California Tiger Salamander Habitat
by Center for Biological Diversity
Agricultural Conversions of Santa Maria Airport Property Destroyed Breeding Pond...
Posted: Fri, Apr 1, 2022 1:48pm PDT
imageBuilding towards 2022 Cesar Chavez Day - UC Davis Aggie Square Community Celebration
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
In 1942, Cesar Chavez graduated from the eight grade, skipped high school to provide for his family after his father was injured in a tragic accident. After a few years working in the fields, Cesar joined the U.S. Navy in 1946 and honorably served America with a two-year tour of duty. In 1948, he married Nelen Fabela and settled in Delano, and the rest is history....
Posted: Thu, Mar 3, 2022 11:20am PST
image2022 Rosa Parks Day in Los Angeles, California and beyond
by Michael Harris
2022 Rosa Parks Day in California and beyond, we pause to reflect upon Sister Rosa, and remember her example of “Womanity” showcasing dignified faith, work and courage, this special Black History Month, in her winter home of Los Angeles, California....
Posted: Mon, Jan 24, 2022 2:22am PST
image2022 California State Capitol Juneteenth Celebration
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
From the back side of Mt. Shastina to the foothills above San Diego in Camp Lockett, our Juneteenth Celebrations honor #Womanity in our ongoing journey towards a greater measure of freedom....
Posted: Wed, Jan 19, 2022 6:27pm PST
image22nd Annual, Rosa Parks Day in California - County of Los Angeles
by Sara Kettler, edited
Medical costs and the difficulties of working while ill pushed Parks and her family to the edge. In July 1960, Jet magazine described her as a "tattered rag of her former self — penniless, debt-ridden, ailing with stomach ulcers, and a throat tumor, compressed into two rooms with her husband and mother."...
Posted: Sun, Jan 16, 2022 9:53pm PST
imageDolph Rempp of Studio Instrument Rentals (S.I.R.) is a Trump supporter
by Lynda Carson
Ken Berry and Dolph Rempp, co-founders of Studio Instrument Rentals (S.I.R.) some major players in the music industry....
Posted: Sun, Jan 2, 2022 5:22am PST
imageGhana's President Addresses National Black Caucus of State Legislators
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
Soon our amazing California Golden Legacy, past, present and future will utilize Ghana as an essential destination for joint mutual benefit. Ghana, represents well the African Continental Free Trade Area, Our California team on the ground helping restore Agriculture as the foundation of our culture. Stay tuned MLK Weekend 2022 in Atlanta our10th Annual Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference will keep the ball rolling in a good way. Matunda Ya Kwanza...
Posted: Fri, Dec 10, 2021 2:19pm PST
textThe Effects of COVID-19 on the Mental Health of Intergenerational Families by Abbie King, Valerie León-Echeverria, Alejandr
Due to the unexpected deadly virus that has inhabited our daily lives, the rise in worry, stress, and anxiety has taken control over many people’s lives. Our interest in this topic led to our exploration on the impacts of stress and mental health, along with the access to mental health resources, financial changes, and the overall methods of coping with self-isolation throughout the pandemic. Our study is to examine how COVID-19 has affected the mental health and stress of those around us....
Posted: Sun, Dec 5, 2021 1:32pm PST
textSanta Barbara Commission Vote Puts Exxon Oil Trucking Plan on Thin Ice by Center for Biological Diversity
Commissioners Vote 3-2 Against Project, Citing Public Safety, Oil Spill Concerns...
Posted: Wed, Nov 3, 2021 2:53pm PDT
imageOutdated Offshore Drilling Plans Spur Lawsuit Notice After California Oil Spill
by Center for Biological Diversity
Decades-Old Documents Highlight Failures of Federal Oversight...
Posted: Tue, Nov 2, 2021 11:09am PDT
textSanta Barbara County Planning Commission Rejects ExxonMobil’s Plan to Restart Offshore Platforms, Truck Oil by Center for Biological Diversity
Commissioners Vote 3-2 Against Project, Joining Strong Community Opposition...
Posted: Thu, Oct 21, 2021 11:14pm PDT
textSan Luis Obispo County Approves Disputed Drilling at Arroyo Grande Oilfield by Center for Biological Diversity
Hearing Comes After Discovery of Covert Drilling Approvals...
Posted: Thu, Oct 21, 2021 11:09pm PDT