A medida que crecen los incendios forestales, también crece la crisis de vivienda y personas sin hogar de California. Aquí hay algunas soluciones

August 24, 2022 / By

Por Claudia Boyd-Barrett

Esta historia fue producida como parte de una colaboración con el Centro para la Integridad Pública, Investigaciones de Periodismo de Columbia, Investigaciones Tipo y el Informe de Salud de California.

As Wildfires Grow, So Does California’s Housing and Homelessness Crisis. Here Are Some Solutions

August 24, 2022 / By

By Claudia Boyd-Barrett

This story was produced as part of a collaboration with the Center for Public IntegrityColumbia Journalism InvestigationsType Investigations and the California Health Report.

Commentary: Highschool minorities want to be heard

July 13, 2022 / By

Despite 70 percent of the San Joaquin Valley population being of a minority race, and 50 percent being female, many students in these groups feel their voices are limited in the classroom. 

COMMENTARY: Being black and part of the LGBTQ+ community 

July 7, 2022 / By
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From an early age, many nicknames were used to describe me in my family. My nickname was Ivy, stink, and poison Ivy.

Humans of Kern County: Daren Armas Sr.

May 2, 2022 / By

Kern Sol News’ new segment “Humans of Kern County” aims to share the stories of the people who make up our community.

YOUTH PERSPECTIVE: Jocelyn Sandusky weighs in on CSUB’S vaccine exemption rule

April 7, 2022 / By
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In June 2021, the California State University system announced that students, staff, and faculty would have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 if they wanted to return to campus; however, there are exemptions for those with medical and religious reasons.