Governor Jerry Brown recently signed a bill that requires private universities receiving public funds to publicly disclose if they discriminate against students based on their gender identity, gender expression or sexual orientation, Ricardo Lara's office announced.
Described as “one of the few very active female artists in the French/graffiti art scene,” by POW! WOW! Long Beach, Maeva Martinez, or KASHINK, as she’s better known, is painting a very important mural at The Center on 4th Street....
Congressman Alan Lowenthal and Congresswoman Janice Hahn, who both represent parts of Long Beach, announced their co-sponsorship of the Equality Act Thursday, legislation designed to ban discrimination against LGBT individuals in housing, employment and other areas of life.
Torey Carrick, a member of the Board of Governors for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), saw something missing from Long Beach's perfect score on the HRC's Municipality Equality Index (MEI): it wasn't quite so perfect. But the City has...
On Thursday, they began to arrive in Long Beach by the thousands--progressive Christians from the United Church of Christ, in town for their denomination's biennial national conference. And by Tuesday when their General Synod is complete, UCC members will...
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