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textCalifornia Commission to Consider Funding Harmful I-80 Expansion Project by Center for Biological Diversity
ORANGE, Calif., May 14, 2024 — The California Transportation Commission will vote Thursday on whether to fund the Yolo 80 Corridor Improvements Project. The project proposes to add one lane of traffic in each direction, expanding the highway from six to eight lanes as it travels from Davis to Sacramento through the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area....
Posted: Tue, May 14, 2024 11:29pm PDT
textBiomass Carbon Capture Project Canceled in California’s Central Valley by Center for Biological Diversity
Company Withdraws Permits Under EPA Scrutiny...
Posted: Sun, Apr 7, 2024 12:57pm PDT
textRestoration and Reclaimation: Negro Hill, Mormon Island and Negro Bar Gold Mining District by Khubaka, Michael Harris
State sponsored efforts toward complete distruction of authentic 1854 Historic Negro Hill, Mormon Island and Negro Bar continues in the 21st century....
Posted: Wed, Oct 11, 2023 11:48am PDT
text2023 Intenational Underground Railroad Month: 1854 Negro Hill, Mormon Island and Negro Bar by Khubaka, Michael Harris
Discover the 1854 Gold Mining District of Negro Hill, Mormon Island and Negro Bar as we featured this 2023 International Underground Railroad Month...
Posted: Mon, Sep 4, 2023 10:16am PDT
textCA advocates call on lawmakers to 'beat the heat' with action to address climate change by Ramon du Houx
Environmental advocates called on California to take strong action to beat the heat by addressing climate change. Community members, advocates, and EOPA CA-an organization with 440 CA elected officials - want to ensure California is a national climate leader. Attendees showed support for Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposal for climate action calling for state lawmakers to accelerate green-house gas reduction, the state’s advance toward 100 percent clean energy, institute public health setbacks for ...
Posted: Tue, Aug 23, 2022 7:25pm PDT
textStraight Pride Exposed by anonymous
Information about Straight Pride organizers Ron and Mylinda Mason as well as other Straight Pride attendees...
Posted: Wed, Aug 10, 2022 9:02pm PDT
textRoe is overturned -- Protests Today, near you by Occupy the Court
This morning, the Supreme Court formally overturned Roe v. Wade. Protests, which had been scheduled for awhile all over the country for "Decision Day", will now be taking place later today....
Posted: Fri, Jun 24, 2022 9:43am PDT
textFlorida Approves Risky Release of Billions of Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes in Scientifically Flawed Experiment by Center for Food Safety
FDACS' approval came despite unresolved public health and environmental concerns raised by scientists, public health experts and environmental groups about potential impacts of the release....
Posted: Fri, May 13, 2022 1:05pm PDT
textREPORTBACK SACRAMENTO: Alleged "Peckerwoods" Attacked During "White Lives Matter" Banner Event by Some Sacramento Antifascists
REPORTBACK SACRAMENTO: Alleged "Peckerwoods" Attacked During "White Lives Matter" Banner Event Over South Sac Neighborhood...
Posted: Sat, Feb 12, 2022 11:49pm PST
textPro Choice by Melissa Jimenez
Op ed about vaccine madate....
Posted: Mon, Nov 29, 2021 5:57pm PST
textCalifornia to ban new fracking permits by Jan. 2024, phase out oil extraction by 2045 by Dan Bacher
Representatives of environmental justice and climate justice groups praised the directive for being a step in the right direction, but said phasing out oil extraction in California by 2045 is too late and noted that frontline communities need an immediate 2500 foot health and safety buffer now, not later....
Posted: Wed, May 12, 2021 5:10am PDT
textIn CA, Latino farming communities hardest by COVID-19 and environmental injustice by Ramona du Houx
The California Latino community has been disproportionately infected by the coronavirus. Latinos make up 39 percent of the population in the state, but account for 56 percent of COVID-19 infections and 46 percent of deaths. That’s three times the rate as Whites. State officials say, many employers have not reliably provided protective equipment to workers or implemented social distancing or mask wearing rules. This is systemic racism. Too often, they live in neighborhoods that are located ne...
Posted: Tue, Oct 13, 2020 6:23pm PDT
textSacramento And Swiss Sister City Liestal Need To Talk About Their History by Noam Schaulin, JUSO BL
After the attack on the now removed statue of the founder of Sacramento John Sutter, the Young Socialist Party of the swiss canton of Baselland launched an action in Sutters hometown to draw attention to the fact that John Sutter was a slave owner and child trader. Now, they want Sacramento and its sister city Liestal (Switzerland), capital city of the canton of Baselland, to use their partnership to remember Sutters victims and educate the citizens of both places....
Posted: Tue, Jun 23, 2020 8:04am PDT
textPandemic in Poor Country by Michelle Ann Stanton
How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Affecting Small Businesses in the Restaurant Industry in Lake County, California...
Posted: Wed, Apr 29, 2020 8:51pm PDT
textUC Davis solidarity with UCSC striking grad students by UC Davis Solidarity
We UC Davis graduate students, undergraduate students, campus workers, and alumni fully support the striking graduate students at UC Santa Cruz and their demands for a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) in one of the most expensive areas to live in the world(1). Graduate students perform essential labor for the university, teaching classes, grading assignments, and helping students in office hours. The University administration knows exactly how much we get paid and how much housing costs, and ...
Posted: Tue, Dec 10, 2019 2:30pm PST
textTrump Bucks Protests, Opens 725,500 Acres of California’s Central Coast to Oil Drilling by Center for Biological Diversity
MARINA, Calif., October 4, 2019 — The Trump administration today dismissed protests and made a formal decision to open 725,500 acres of public lands and mineral estate across California’s Central Coast and the Bay Area to new oil and gas drilling and fracking....
Posted: Fri, Oct 4, 2019 10:10am PDT
textCalifornia School Board Officials Urge School Districts to Allow Students to Take Part in Global Climate Protest by Elected Officials to Protect California
Statement from California School Board Members on Youth Climate Strikes...
Posted: Fri, Sep 20, 2019 1:07pm PDT
textAppeals Court to Hear ACLU Discrimination Case Against Dignity Health by ACLU of Northern California
SAN FRANCISCO—The ACLU is set to argue before the Court of Appeal in San Francisco Tuesday on behalf of Evan Minton, a man who was denied health care because he is transgender....
Posted: Mon, Sep 9, 2019 4:02pm PDT
textLabor Friendly Urgent Request by Scott Schroeder
Dear Friends of Labor,...
Posted: Thu, Jul 11, 2019 2:49am PDT
textExxonMobil Seeks to Restart Offshore Drilling Platforms, Truck Oil in California by Center for Biological Diversity
Environmental Study Released, Santa Barbara Hearing Set...
Posted: Sat, Apr 13, 2019 1:26pm PDT
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