South Kern Sol
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BY EMMA GALLEGOS
Addressing homelessness, building sports fields and parks, and reinvesting in a long-range community redevelopment plan were just a few of the suggestions a group of city staffers pitched Monday to Bakersfield’s sales tax oversight committee.
BY JOSTH STENNER
I hear a lot of talk about how communities of color and disadvantaged neighborhoods don’t receive enough investment.
By Malcolm Marshall from Richmond Pulse | Photo via EMS
In what is being hailed as a bold, if controversial, move, Gov.
Director of ‘Adios Amor: The Search for Maria Moreno’ to visit Bakersfield College for film screening and discussion
Bakersfield College is showing “Adios Amor: The Search for Maria Moreno,” a documentary film of Maria Moreno’s struggle to organize California’s migrant farm workers while raising 12 children.
Los Angeles-based non-profit is looking for volunteers and donations to help recognize and serve farm workers on the 4th annual Lets.
Wind Wolves Preserve is hosting its 6th annual Spring Nature Festival this weekend.
The annual event features exhibits, food vendors and activities, such as guided hikes, family movie showings, wildlife and wildflower viewings and more.
‘Women have valuable things to say”: South Kern Sol youth reporters speak about International Women’s Day
Women across the world have been celebrating International Women’s Day for more than 100 years, beginning in 1914.
‘Most of us didn’t have a chance’: How campaign donors and business leaders took control of a $50 million tax oversight committee
BY: Emma Gallegos for South Kern Sol
When Tracy Correa Lopez decided to apply for a spot on the Measure N Citizens’ Oversight Committee, she figured she would make a good candidate.
The California Rural Legal Assistance, along with other local organizations, is hosting the LGBTQ Youth Summit next month.
The city of Arvin invites the community to partake in a tree planting event.
Participants can plant trees in the community and take a tree home.