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Care First Kern (CFK) is hosting a free, two-day community event to cultivate empowerment around criminal justice reform.
Locals can mark their calendars for the groundbreaking new development of the Dolores Huerta Foundation’s (DHF) Peace and Justice Center, which is expected to be finished in Fall 2026.
‘You have to be an active agent in this process’: Rosanna Esparza discusses her passion for her community’s health
Dr. Rosanna Esparza is a proud Chicana with a Mexican heritage, a visible activist for tangible change in local and global politics, and a collaborator for the project: “Faces of Fracking.”
On June 20, 2023, Taft City Council allowed council member Carlos Chavira to make a six-minute speech following public comments.
The newest addition to Delano’s Business Center on Main Street is Loud for Tomorrow’s first official office.
McKinley Elementary School students, parents, guardians, and teachers were welcomed to class by Bakersfield High School’s (BHS) cheer team and community volunteers.
Local entrepreneur inspires wellness revolution through microgreens: the story of Ivan Isidoro and Evolution Greens
“Is it good for us?” This is a question Ivan Isidoro asked himself while thinking back on all the reasons he started his microgreens and edible flowers business.
In San Francisco and Fresno, protests were held by the California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice, survivors of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention, and other organizations at the ICE offices.
With a goal to understand the gaps in services or resources for students, Young Invincibles (YI) have launched a Basic Needs Survey for any students who attend a California State University (CSU), community college, or University of California (UC) school.
On August 2, the nonprofit Children First ended their summer high school internship program with a week of daily events showcasing students’ community projects.