Dr. Rosanna Esparza is a proud Chicana with a Mexican heritage, a visible activist for tangible change in local and global politics, and a collaborator for the project: “Faces of Fracking.”
Countless students in the California State University (CSU) system are left feeling frustrated, disappointed, and as if their voice doesn’t matter.
On June 20, 2023, Taft City Council allowed council member Carlos Chavira to make a six-minute speech following public comments.
During Tuesday evening’s meeting, the Kern County Board of Education had a discussion and public comment regarding mandating parent notifications on students’ gender identity.
The newest addition to Delano’s Business Center on Main Street is Loud for Tomorrow’s first official office.
In June, Governor Gavin Newsom proposed a 28th amendment to the constitution in regard to gun safety.
On Wednesday evening, the Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability held a community housing meeting in Lamont to uplift community voices and discuss Kern County’s Housing Element with community members.
The new Learning Resource Center building was added to the Bakersfield College-Delano Campus to meet the growing academic and professional needs of the Delano community and surrounding areas.
McKinley Elementary School students, parents, guardians, and teachers were welcomed to class by Bakersfield High School’s (BHS) cheer team and community volunteers.
It’s a pretty general belief that people want to feel safe in their homes. Nobody wants to leave their home out of fear and start over in a place that does not know their language, traditions, or culture.