South Kern Sol, News Report, Emma Gallegos
Kern County diluted the voting power of Latinos when it drew district lines for the Board of Supervisors in 2011, according to a case that goes to trial in a federal court in Fresno today.
South Kern Sol, News Report, Dean Welliver
The day before ACLU released a report detailing civil rights infractions by local Bakersfield law enforcement, a peaceful die-in was held to demand police accountability.
South Kern Sol, Veronica Morley
Photo above: Evan Smith of the Texas Tribune and Julian Castro (left to right)
I recently journeyed to the Voto Latino Power Summit 2017 in Austin, Texas to receive training and hear Latino leaders talk about the power of the Latino community in relation to current issues, including the state of DACA in Kern County and the U.S., and how the Latino youth must further mobilize to help create change in upcoming elections.
By Marisol Sanchez Verdin
Ed. Note: On Oct. 9, 2017, 17-year-old Golden Valley High School student Marisol Sanchez Verdin helped organize a three-school walkout in protest of the Sept.
By Randy Villegas
Attorneys, Immigrant rights advocates, and local citizens took the podium last week on Tuesday to try and convince the Kern County Board of Supervisors not to oppose Senate Bill 54.
By Phoenix Halling
I remember sitting in my Economics class on the morning of February 7.