In addition to providing resources, services, and networks for those coming home from incarceration, we also need to embrace them as part of our community.
Yes, the city still has its share of red tape when it comes to starting a business, but for every hurdle, there are resources available.
In this final piece of the inaugural board, we reflect on the hopes and visions that we have for the city of Long Beach over the next five years.
The individualistic American ideal that if people work hard enough, they are guaranteed more access is a big, fat, white lie.
Everyday arguments are escalating into violent, deadly encounters.
As we celebrate these improvements in LGBTQ+ affirmation, there’s also work to be done.
The following is a list of resources meant to educate parents, caregivers and allies of LGBTQ+ youth with age-appropriate books, information and more. Email us at [email protected] about any other resources not included and we’ll add them to this list.
The Local Control and Accountability Plan was the subject of a complaint in 2017 that accused LBUSD of misallocating funds earmarked for high-needs students. A settlement was reached the next year.
El impacto inicial para las familias en marzo de 2020 fue lidiar con los cierres y el cuidado infantil, un año después se ha producido una conversación similar en toda nuestra ciudad.
The initial shock for families in March 2020 was grappling over closures and child care, a year later a similar conversation has taken place across our city.