Posts Tagged as "living"

Q&A: Bakersfield Police Chief Lyle Martin

June 4, 2018 / By and
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By Ja’Nell Gore

More than a year ago, Lyle Martin took the reigns of the Bakersfield Police Department.

Local LGBTQ Youth Share Their Experience Living in a Conservative County

May 29, 2018 / By and
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By Andrew Alvarez

Kern county is a place where social change is infrequent while conservatism is common.

Why are black people stereotyped? Because y’all allow us to be

April 19, 2018 / By and
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BY:  Ja’Nell Gore

Why is every black woman so ‘angry’? Why is every black man ‘in a gang’?

Meet the Team of In the 661: Dean Welliver

April 10, 2018 / By
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n the 661 is a youth led and produced broadcast show for Kern County. Dean Welliver is one of the youth producers for our show, In the 661.

Meet the Team of In the 661: Veronica Morley

April 10, 2018 / By
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In the 661 is a youth led and produced broadcast show in Kern County. Veronica Morley is one of the Youth Producers for our show.

Alejandra Alberto, South Kern Sol reporter, discusses the experiences of local undocumented youth on In the 661

April 10, 2018 / By
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South Kern Sol youth reporter, Alejandra Alberto, shares the story she wrote about DACA students and her experience reporting on this issue.

Nataly Santamaria talks about how promotoras help improve physical and mental health of communities in Kern County on In the 661

April 9, 2018 / By
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Nataly Santamaria from Vison y Compromiso talks about how promotoras work to increase health outcomes among the Kern County community.

Mily Trevino of Lideres Campesinas talks about the #Metoo movement on In the 661

April 9, 2018 / By
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Mily Trevino the founder of Lideres Campesinas talks about her organizations connection to the #metoo movement and the risk of female farm workers to sexual assault.

Summit gave LGBTQ youth a space to be themselves

March 16, 2018 / By and
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Dean Welliver, News

Zoey Luna began discovering herself in middle school.

The transgender Latina was assigned male at birth, but realized during her adolescence that wasn’t her identity.