High school students Imelda Meza and Jesus Serrano are both in the organization Loud for Tomorrow and are phone banking on a weekly basis and are also taking the initiative to go out into the community and spread the word about voting.
The Latino Community Foundation (LCF) and Urbanist Collective will host a workshop to mobilize Latino voters in California’s Central Valley on October 29 from 11AM-4Pm in 1005 11th Ave Delano, CA.
Editor’s Note: To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Kern Sol News is highlighting notable Hispanic leaders in Kern County who are working to create positive change in their community.
The 24-day march began yesterday in Delano, California at the historical landmark The Forty Acres. Their first stop will be at Richgrove, California.
Community members on San Jose Ave in Delano came together to ask the county for help getting their road paved and electricity installed.
At Almond Tree Middle School, Marisela Pruneda isn’t just the academic counselor, she also helps and supports students with social emotions; she said the one piece of advice she likes to give to students is that it’s never too late and it’s very important to utilize all of the resources available.
This past weekend, the organization gathered feedback and support from residents in Delano for their housing campaign.
Editor’s Note: To celebrate Women’s History Month, Kern Sol News is highlighting notable woman leaders in Kern County who are working to create positive change in their community.
There’s no doubt the COVID-19 pandemic has affected education in more ways than one. Schools all across the country were closed, and teaching transitioned to online.
BY OSCAR CAMACHO
Last Friday, Delano youth and other community members gathered together to march in solidarity with the rest of the world and demand environmental justice through the Delano Environmental Strike.