Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Inspires The Next Generation Of Political Players

In a recent shocking Democratic primary election in New York, 28 year-old activist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated a ten-term incumbent. Ocasio-Cortez’s win has inspired some and horrified others. “Democratic Socialism and really what that boils down to me is the basic belief that in a moral and wealthy America, in a moral and modern America, no […]

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If Elected, What Will They Do For Children? California Gubernatorial Candidates Explain

Before the June 5 primary elections in California, VoiceWaves reporters spoke with three different candidates running for the governorship about their stances on various issues. “The candidates, who are running as Democrats, spoke on educational inequity, free college, access to tech, and more.” Read more at VoiceWaves.

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Dear Kanye

Rapper Kanye West garnered a firestorm of criticism after saying in an interview with TMZ that slavery was a choice. Among the most disappointed and repulsed by this comment are his most loyal fans. “What you said on TMZ though made me question you for the first time in a very very long time. How […]

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County Allocates $2m for Parks, Prioritizing ‘Building Healthy, Safe, Forward-Thinking’ Communities Through General Plan

With a new grant for improved parks and other public spaces, Kern County is tackling an ambitious goal of adopting new changes that residents have been pushing for. Also on the agenda are improved drainage systems, libraries, and pedestrian pathways. “This tells us that the county is willing to listen to the residents’ priorities to […]

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Women’s March Listening Session Evokes Passionate Criticism From Some Community Members

On Jan. 2, Sacramento community members gathered to discuss last year’s Women’s March in light of an upcoming anniversary march. Some expressed their concerns over the events, including questions about diversity and ongoing action. “If it’s a women’s march, why shouldn’t everyone else be included, not just white women?” Read more at AccessLocal.TV.

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2018: We’ve Got This, Y’all

The start of a new year always shines with the promise of new beginnings and hope. After the trying year that 2017 was—especially with the current political climate—that’s something we could all use. “We must remember the importance of finding our people and working together to continue resist.” Read more at Richmond Pulse.

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