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The Pell Grant program can make college a reality for more students like me, a third year student at UC Berkeley.
If ethnic studies is done right, it has the potential to teach us to love deeply, to fight hard and to stand in solidarity with communities of color.
Scientists say the world has the next decade or so to avoid the most dire environmental scenarios, so we must invest in land restoration.
Attack calls us to remember what it is we love about this great country and to come together as a nation to support the Constitution.
Students in the health professions in 2020 are getting to see first-hand the intricacies of how health care systems work.
County leaders, working with communities, must lead the way to make youth justice transformation a success.
Since 2013, Newport Beach has permitted 95 very low- and low-income affordable units, and construction of 78 low-income units is expected soon.
By upholding California’s tobacco flavor ban, we will help young people break free from tobacco and prevent more kids from becoming addicted.
Reducing California’s corrections budget is the right strategy, and efforts should be made to overturn extreme sentencing laws.
Schools and educators can provide relief to older Latinx siblings by providing educational opportunities for their most vulnerable students.