Dana Carrillo

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The Center and BAIHP bring diverse community members together to talk about nonbinary native youth‘s death

March 29, 2024 / By
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The indigenous and 2SLGBTQ+ community are in mourning since the death of 16 year old, Chahta (Choctaw) native Owasso High School student Nex Benedict, a nonbinary youth who identified with they/them pronouns, in February 2024.

The California Racial Equity Commission holds event in Lamont and Delano this week

March 20, 2024 / By

On Wednesday and Thursday, March 20th and 21st, there will be an event held by the California Racial Equity Commission (CREC) to help educate the public about health inequities and much more.

CSUB opens new counseling center

March 14, 2024 / By
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California State University Bakersfield (CSUB) now has a new location for the student counseling center, and it’s bigger and better.

Kern County Public Health offers free rapid HIV tests

March 7, 2024 / By

Kern County Public Health (KCPH) launched the “A Healthier Kern – One Heart at a Time” campaign in February and plans to continue it through 2024.

YI highlights issues keeping students from accessing basic needs services

March 5, 2024 / By

Young Invincibles (YI) launched a survey back in August 2023 asking California higher education students to share their knowledge about basic needs services.

BCSD and Stay Focused to host free community event to honor MLK and his legacy of service

February 6, 2024 / By
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Saturday, February 10th is planned to be a big day for Kern County in celebration and honor of Dr.

Bakersfield City invites public to bike on new Centennial Corridor

February 6, 2024 / By
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Cycle Centennial is the name of the bike riding event coming up soon on Saturday, February 10.

The United Liberation Front hosts movie night despite KCSO attempt to cancel

January 31, 2024 / By
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The United Liberation Front (ULF) released a statement regarding the attempt Kern County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) made to stop ULF’s latest movie showing of “Gueto 2009,” a Spanish film depicting a Palestinian story, on January 26.

Community summit hosted by the city is held for MLK/Lakeview area

January 18, 2024 / By

The first Martin Luther King Jr. Prosperity Neighborhood Community Summit will be held next week on Tuesday, January 23rd at the MLK Community Center, 1000 S.

KCAS and the city of Bakersfield fight high rates of pet euthanasia

January 16, 2024 / By
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Every two weeks Kern County Animal Services (KCAS) hosts a volunteer-led event named Streets of Bakersfield where shelter pets can be taken out of their kennels and see parts of the town.