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Lessons of the pandemic-demanding equal access to the internet as…

The Internet has become so central to modern life that access to it is a necessity. Broadband access is an

HMONG COMMUNITY ACTIVIST ENDS 19-DAY HUNGER STRIKE AS CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY…

A Hmong community activist ended his 19-day hunger strike July 23 afternoon as the office of California state Attorney General

CDC experts new surge “The pandemic of the unvaccinated”

As the Delta variant of COVID-19 spreads across the country, health authorities are concerned about the increase in cases in

Redistricting battle heats up-Huston activists fight for farmer maps

Every time Myrtala Tristan recounts her experiences during devastating Hurricane Harvey, she relives the scenes of relentless rain that turned

File your tax return-you may qualify for tax credits &…

Amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, California has led the way in establishing a variety of supports to help people through

Fighting global warming requires an equity approach

Bigger wildfires, more frequent heat waves, longer summers, more intense droughts and warmer seas. Climate change is speeding up, making

Future of housing depending on drawing fairer maps-a conversation with…

Andreanecia Morris’ passion for housing has made her one of New Orleans’ most ardent advocates of redistricting. It seems a

Summer brings out dorr to door scammers-Chihacgo fraud busters share…

Summer’s here, and Deacon Reginald Patterson, who directs the senior ministry of Chicago’s New Covenant Church, anticipates fraudsters and scammers

Ethnic media reporters recognized for covering 2020 epic events

By Jenny Manrique, San Francisco:- Some 30 ethnic media journalists were honored for their coverage of the epic events of

Ethnic businesses in the post-pandemic: catch the boom or left…

From its spot on iconic U Street in Washington, D.C., Ben’s Chili Bowl has served diners for more than six

County expands free vaccine program-no appointments needed, but you have…

By Mark Hedin, LOS ANGELES:- COVID-19 vaccines are now available for free to anyone in Los Angeles County who can

Experts advocate for global vaccine production

While new daily U.S. infection rates and deaths from COVID-19 drop, much of the world still suffers alarming outbreaks of

Covid vaccination will not required to attend K-12 public school…

California teens ages 12-15 can start getting vaccinated for Covid as of May 13, but getting the shot will not

Appreciate Nurses-we can all do our part to help end…

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, I have been inspired by the strength and resilience of California’s nurses, many of whom are

Los Angeles County battles hunger with Calfresh-Solis, community groups encourage…

Among the many problems made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic in Los Angeles County is a familiar one: hunger. For

How communities can heal Post-Pandemic

Health care and education disparities. Lack of affordable housing. Racism and police abuse. Job loss. These are just a few

Nepalese Students In New Mexico To Organize 12th International Conference…

By N24 Correspondent, LOS ANGELES:- The Nepalese Students Association (NeSA) in New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces, NM is

Georgia’s voting rights rollback faces new lawsuit

Less than a week after the state of Georgia enacted new voting rules, a third federal lawsuit is seeking to

Scams the fifth horseman, ride the internet and phones

For a family in Billings, Montana, a personal apocalypse rode into their lives over the telephone. The voice was indistinct,

Common cause focuses on 2021 redistricting-voting districts set this year…

Armed with nearly-completed 2020 Census data, states soon will begin adjusting how their communities are represented in U.S. politics. Population