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text Judge Orders Kern County to Rescind Approvals for Grapevine Development by Center for Biological Diversity
Court Says Kern County Must Consider Air Pollution, Health Impacts...
Posted: Sun Dec 9, 2018 1:46PM
text Julia Vinograd a.k.a. the Bubble Lady passed away on December 6, 2018 by Lynda Carson
Below are a few poems that Julia Vinograd has published with Street Spirit....
Posted: Fri Dec 7, 2018 4:31PM
text Fed Says College Students Have More Debt than Previous Generations by Kate Zeller
A study released from the Federal Reserve Board notes that 70 percent of college students are graduating with more than $37,000 in debt....
Posted: Fri Dec 7, 2018 7:05AM
text The Shortwave Report 12/07/18 Listen Globally! by Dan Roberts
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. Spanish National Radio, Radio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Havana Cuba, and Sputnik Radio....
Posted: Thu Dec 6, 2018 5:02PM
text Police training and Mental Illness by Samantha H.
Police training does not have a focus on protecting a single individual if there is a greater community at risk. They motto is for the "greater good" rather than good of all....
Posted: Thu Dec 6, 2018 10:29AM
text A Problem That Needs Our Attention: The Elderly Living In Isolation by Briana Cerda
The elderly are living in social isolation. The isolation causes health problems which may shorten their lives. We as community members must support the elderly by volunteering or simply being compassionate and saying hello....
Posted: Wed Dec 5, 2018 12:26PM
text Woosley Fire Contamination Exasperates Nearby Communities with the Fires by Megan Rodrigues
Woosley Fires in California pollutants are affecting the soil, water, and vegetation....
Posted: Wed Dec 5, 2018 12:20PM
text Immigration in the U.S. Today by Luis Manso Mendoza
A brief look into immigration and how the current administration has affected it....
Posted: Wed Dec 5, 2018 11:34AM
text Widening Gap Between Political Parties Leaves Room for Independent Party Popularity by Aubrie Franklin
This article looks at the widening gap between the bipartisan government we have created, and the stresses this puts on American citizens. Then it brings into question the ability for Americans to turn to Independent parties to find a more appropriate middle ground for their personal beliefs....
Posted: Mon Dec 3, 2018 3:55PM
text "We live in a time of radical counter-enlightenment" by Rainer Mausfeld
Political struggle always means the struggle over the definitional power and appropriation of the world. For decades, neoliberalism has carried out a redistribution project against the majority of the population. This neoliberal project is only possible when the democratic substance is dismantled or neutralized. More and more people recognize the rupture between ideology and reality....
Posted: Mon Dec 3, 2018 3:39AM
text Homelessness and Mental Illnesses Decreases Life Expectancy by Nicole Bendana
The alarming news about homelessness and mentally ill community in California. Bringing awareness and staring discussions....
Posted: Sun Dec 2, 2018 11:21PM
text Food Advertising Undermining Healthy Food Advocates by Meaganj650@gmail.com
People are concerned abut the rising rates of unhealthy people in America. They turn to eating habits and lack of exercise to explain these rising concerns. However, as we try to change eating habits by implamenting rules such as the Healthy- Hunger free kids Act of 2010 to target children, or rising sugary beverage tax, food advertising continues to persuade the public what to eat. Are we truly doing the best we can or should we change the way food advertisements promote food?...
Posted: Sun Dec 2, 2018 9:21PM
text Are Social Justice discussions taboo to the majority? by Jennifer Quick
Outside of the professors at Sonoma State University that teach Sociology, it has become evident that the majority of all other professors of different majors do not like to have direct, personal conversations about Social Justice issues. Is this the norm for the population outside of a University campus, and if so- we must ask our community, why?...
Posted: Sun Dec 2, 2018 9:08PM
text Join us at the Border in San Diego December 8th – 10th by Nestor
Solidarity Actions for migrant caravan...
Posted: Sat Dec 1, 2018 8:53PM
text Department of Justice Gives Green Light to Laureate Education to Continue Corruption by Dahn Shaulis
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has decided to close its corruption case against Laureate International Universities. This action will embolden Laureate as it continues to profit from colleges in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Brazil and other countries with questionable human rights records....
Posted: Sat Dec 1, 2018 2:18PM
text Did California Fire Spread Radioactive Fallout? by Michael Steinberg
Did the Woolsey Fire in Southern California spread radioactive fallout?...
Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 4:14PM
text G20 Discusses Preventing Financial Crisis and Small Island Economie by Kate Zeller
President Trump arrived in Buenos Aires on Thursday for the annual G20 meetings....
Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 7:18AM
text The Shortwave Report 11/30/18 Listen Globally! by Dan Roberts
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. Spanish National Radio, Sputnik Radio, Radio Havana Cuba, NHK World Radio Japan, and Radio Deutsche-Welle...
Posted: Thu Nov 29, 2018 4:36PM
text The Death of Small Businesses in Big Cities, Explained by Rebecca Jennings and Jeremiah Moss
Not even shopping locally can save your favorite mom-and-pop — the problem is much, much bigger than that. The legendary punk record store Bleecker Bob’s in 2008. The store closed in 2013 due to high rents and was replaced by a frozen yogurt chain....
Posted: Wed Nov 28, 2018 7:39AM
text Mexican Government Demands Investigation After U.S. Fires Tear Gas At Asylum Seekers by Democracy Now!
The Mexican government is demanding a full investigation after U.S. border authorities fired tear gas Sunday into a crowd of Central American asylum seekers on November 25. Pedro Rios, the director of the American Friends Service Committee’s U.S./Mexico Border Program, witnessed the incident from the U.S. side....
Posted: Tue Nov 27, 2018 2:12PM