The census is used to determine how $1.5 trillion in federal spending is distributed, which funds community programs, and directs representation at the congressional level.
Jay Camerino, assistant superintendent of the Long Beach Unified School District, will join us at 1 p.m. for a live chat with as we discuss running a high school system with the new challenges COVID-19 presents, and what the senior class can expect this school semester–– from college transcripts to student events.
The Long Beach Post talks with local nonprofit human-I-T about their efforts in bridging the digital divide by putting refurbished laptops into the hands of low-income students.
Long Beach Post reporter Stephanie Rivera talks with colleagues Sebastian Echeverry and Crystal Niebla to find out the latest news on their North and West Long Beach beats since joining the newsroom in June.
Hablamos sobre la violencia que ocurre frecuentemente en ese vecindario, el miedo que tienen los residentes y cuales ideas tienen los líderes comunitarios para resolver este problema.
El Long Beach Post habla con Gaby Hernandez de la Coalición de Derechos para los Inmigrantes de Long Beach.
Long Beach Post reporter Stephanie Rivera talks with our newest colleagues Sebastian Echeverry and Crystal Niebla about their beats and the Report For America program.
This year’s people’s budget is calling for a reallocation of city funds to social programs and other resources in underserved communities partially by defunding the Long Beach Police Department. We talk with organizers about how they think that can be accomplished.
This past week we have dedicated our live chat series to frank conversations about the Black experience and the police department in response to the protests worldwide sparked by the death of George Floyd.
We spoke with Norberto Lopez of Long Beach Residents Empowered as part of our ongoing Live Chat series.