On Tuesday morning, Community Action Partnership of Kern (CAPK) hosted a press conference at the Friendship House Community Center in order to kick off May’s celebration of Community Action Month.
The McFarland library branch has recently garnered the attention of the city’s leadership as the police department is considering relocating there in order to expand its force.
On Wednesday afternoon, All of Us or None (AOUON) unveiled their mural outside the Kentucky Street post office.
Due to AOUON’s extensive COVID-19 related work in the community, the organization received support in the form of a $7,000 grant to create a COVID related art project in the community.
Nota del editor: para celebrar el Mes de la Historia de la Mujer, Kern Sol News destaca mujeres líderes notables en el condad de Kern que están trabajando para crear un cambio positivo en su comunidad.
Harveen Kaur is a woman who leads with passion and grace. As a Kern County and City of Bakersfield community organizer for the Jakara Movement, Kaur is devoted to ensuring her community has equitable treatment and resources.
On March 28, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden attended the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Naturalization Ceremony at the National Chavez Center in remembrance of Cesar Chavez 95th birthday honoring citizens and farm workers.