This week, the Chair of the Long Beach Independent Redistricting Commission, Alejandra Gutierrez, provides insight into how the process works.
This week on The Word on Long Beach we explore funds that the Long Beach Black Community should know about, and, we’ll tell you how to get a custom skateboard.
Ryan Kurtzman is the project manager for the Long Beach Smart City Initiative. He joins us to tell us more about the first Long Beach Augmented Reality (AR) Exhibition, which will take place in Downtown Long Beach on Aug. 8.
This week on “The Word on Long Beach,” we discuss whether assuming the swastikas painted on the MLK statue was the work of white supremacists is a knee-jerk reaction that does not address long-standing issues in the 6th district.
The Word on Long Beach host and Reporter Sebastian Echeverry talk about some of the resistance people in the Black and Latino community have regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.
On this week’s episode of The Word on Long Beach, we also look at how one local business survived the pandemic, and we’ll introduce you to students from Operation Jump Start who are changing family traditions.
Get ready for more community news and event announcements plus deep-dive discussions on some of our most in-depth stories from the Long Beach Post with our new podcast The Word on Long Beach.
This profile on Long Beach entrepreneur and community member Servando Orozco is the first in a series exploring the successes of immigrants in Long Beach.