OP-ED: Reflections on Khmer New Year

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Celebrating Khmer New Year is like a break from everyone’s busy schedule. Work, school, commuting long-distance and even financial problems can keep us from spending time with our families.
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Letter to the Editor: It’s Time to Create a Healthcare System that Puts Patient Needs First

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Many of us who are insured are constantly worried about whether or not we will be able to get the care we need because we cannot afford the rising premiums, deductibles, co-pays and out-of-pocket expenses being demanded by the...
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Op-Ed: Women’s History Month Comes to Long Beach

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History is our provenance, both good and bad. And as we spend time on Ancestry.com, freak out over the loss of family photos and take pride in our roots, we know history is our personal treasure chest.
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Op-Ed: After One Year, Stories Continue to Liberate

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The next edition of Cocoon Storytelling is this Wednesday, March 14 hosted at Birdcage Coffeehouse, 7:00PM - 9:00PM. Storytellers will share stories on the “seven deadly sins”.
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Op-Ed: The Future of Long Beach Depends on Sanctuary

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Across the United States but especially in California, the Cambodian refugee community has been hit hard by anti-immigration orders.
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OP-ED: KLBP, Long Beach Public Radio Prevails with the Wind in its Sails

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I know the process to get our station up and running has been slow, but when you're talking about building a powerful media tool in your community that has the potential to last well beyond your lifetime, there's no...

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Op-Ed: Long Beach Pride Welcomes Community to Discuss, Resolve Grievances

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Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride Inc.'s Board of Directors welcomes the opportunity to meet with California Families in Focus (CFF) and any other member of the community to discuss and resolve...

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Op-Ed: Stakeholder Calls for a Public Audit of Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride, Inc

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In light of the growing concerns about possible impropriety within the top ranks of LBLGP, and concerns about whether it is truly fulfilling its mission, I, as a concerned stakeholder, am now calling for a public audit of LBLGP.

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Op-Ed: Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride Responds

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Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride (LBLGP) welcomes the opportunity to engage with all organizations and individuals in the LGBTQI community, including those dedicated to serving LGBTQI youth.

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Op-Ed: Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride Inc. Turns Its Back on Local LGBTQ Youth

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Nonprofit organizations are not about building egos or lining the pockets of family and friends, but about serving the community. Long Beach Pride is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. As such, it exists solely to serve the public.

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