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In the early 1990s, a man discovered his country had killed thousands of young men. The government made these men “disappear” in the 1980s, and tried to cover up these murders.
The Kern County Homeless Collaborative is looking for volunteers to help conduct the annual countywide Point-In-Time Count.
The Maddy Institute is accepting applications from students for the Legislative Intern Scholar Program for the Spring/Summer of 2020.
The Friendship House Community Center is currently looking for individuals for the mentoring program.
The program, put on by Community Action Partnership of Kern, is recruiting both mentees and mentors.
Kern County residents heard from a number of immigrant rights advocates Wednesday at the Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance’s second Immigrant Civil Rights Conference at Hodel’s Country Dining.
The Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance is holding its second Immigrant Civil Rights Conference next week.
Topics expected to be discussed include immigrant civil rights and the 2020 Census.
The California Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday that virtually all use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos in California will end next year, officials say.
The Kern Education Justice Collaborative is inviting parents, teachers and students its first “Schools Reimagined” Education Equity Summit this weekend.
The Department of Homeland Security recently adopted a new “public charge” rule in August that is set to go into effect in just a few weeks.
The California Endowment selects South Kern youth leader to serve on Foundation’s Youth Advisory Council
The California Endowment announced Monday Dean Welliver, a LGBTQ Organizer and Advocate from South Kern, was selected by his community to serve on the foundation’s President’s Youth Council.