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American Samoans Demand Right to Vote

A case now before the US Court of Appeals could determine whether American Samoans are granted the right to vote.
categories PoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

LA Unified School District Approves Layoff Notices to Hundreds of Teachers

Hundreds of teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) will receive layoff notices this month, under a new budget plan approved by the Board of Education on Tuesday, March 10.
categories EconomyEducation

Margin of Votes Widens in Tight L.A. City Council Race

In a close race for the Los Angeles City Council District 4 seat, David Ryu, a community health executive running in his first political race, inched closer to advancing to the May 19 runoff after the city clerk’s office released updated vote tallies on Thursday.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

CSUSB Arts & Music Festival Sends Call For Local Artists

Professional, emerging and student artists from the inland region are invited to submit artwork for display and sale, April 15.
categories Arts & CultureEducationNeighborhoods

Festival & Exhibit Highlight History of Women in Mariachi

Viva el Mariachi Femenil brings light to rich history chronicling 100+ years of women's engagement, March 16-21.
category Arts & Culture

City of Cerritos and Fil-Am Chamber of Commerce of OC Show Support for Tacloban

Despite fading news coverage of Tacloban, the city ravaged by super-Typhoon Haiyan two years ago, the people have seen an outpouring of support from other nations, non-profits, volunteer-based organizations, and government leaders, who continue to raise funds through benefit events for the city’s restoration.
categories City AffairsInternational AffairsWeathering the Storm

Good Dirt Needs Your Help

Lina Alvarez has the opportunity to take over a pottery studio in Culver City, CA. but she needs your help.
categories Arts & CultureNeighborhoods

#KeepAdamHome Sparks a Dialogue on the Deportation of Adult Adoptees

The pending deportation of Adam Thomas Crapser, an undocumented Korean American adoptee and survivor of severe child abuse, has sparked a dialogue on a major loophole in immigration law, according to NBC News.
categories ImmigrationMediaPolitics

Positive Stats: Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA)

Survey finds majority of immigration relief applicants contribute to economy by working and paying taxes.
categories BusinessEconomyImmigrationLaborRace/Ethnic Relations

Get Coverage and Avoid Penalties

There's a special opportunity to enroll in health insurance this year and avoid paying a penalty to Uncle Sam.
categories HealthImmigration
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