Data from rural Placer County, California, mirrors a larger national trend that shows fewer teen pregnancies, reduced youth crime rates, and higher educational attainment.
A task force calculated how much Black residents should receive for systemic, state-sanctioned discrimination and ongoing harm.
On most days, Sandra de Leon prunes grapevines in Northern California’s wealthiest vineyards. But today she is dressed head to toe in a yellow fire-resistant suit, helmet, safety goggles, and
A mother, author, and advocate reflects on her own journey out of domestic violence in hopes of helping others break free.
Access to electrical power during outages is an equity issue for low-income California residents, especially those with children who rely on medical devices.
Faced with a national shortage of nurses, children with disabilities or chronic illnesses in California are unable to access the home nurses to which they’re entitled by the state. Advocates say the problem is fixable.
Even after leaving a domestic violence situation, survivors are often saddled with mountains of debt incurred by their abusers. Can a new California law offer protections?
From Vermont to Montana, officials and residents in manufactured housing communities are working to mitigate flood risk.
Indigenous, Black, and queer farmers are buying land with the aim to restore and nourish nature along with their cultures and communities.
From the Los Angeles Tenants Union to Downtown Crenshaw, communities of color in L.A. are rewriting the rules of housing rights.
Schools are federally mandated to provide extra support to students experiencing homelessness, but many students—particularly those of color—continue to fall through the cracks in California.
Dennis Hutson wants to recreate a Black farming paradise in California. First he has to adapt to the climate crisis.
Two guaranteed income projects in New York City and Atlanta are showing how modest monthly cash payments to low-income women of color can make a huge difference in alleviating race and gender-based economic inequities.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom emerged from a recall election on Sept. 14, 2021, as the big winner, having secured a heavy majority of the vote. But while most eyes were on the
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If Tuesday’s recall vote in California passes, the Golden State will go the way of Texas, and Democrats will have only themselves to blame.
Seattle is one of several major cities implementing a “transit to trails” program to help more people access local wilderness.
If the state extends Medi-Cal to all undocumented immigrants, they would be eligible to receive potentially life-saving health care.
Across the country, volunteers are using their digital savvy to help at-risk people access the COVID vaccine.
Since California’s program launched in 2013, questions have swirled about whether cap and trade has helped or hurt people living in the shadow of the state’s largest emitters.
If signed into law, California's AB-1993 would extend unemployment eligibility to more than 119,000 family caregivers, most of whom are low-income women of color.
A California-based program provides newly released long-term prisoners with a chance at a new life.
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