A Latinx novelist challenged Georgia Southern University students to think about their whiteness. They did, and the results were not pretty.
Why was a mother charged with failure to protect her children when she had moved them away from her abusive partner and into a shelter?
Clear Lake was once a resort destination. When its water quality deteriorated, tourism plunged.
The end to decades of intractable charter warfare came courtesy of an unstoppable grassroots movement.
A bill awaiting Gov. Newsom’s signature would bar new private prison contracts. Two industry giants are already reinventing themselves.
In the first half of the 2018-2019 school year, LAUSD called police more than 3,000 times.
An ICE investigation details days of suffering in which Kamyar Samimi pleaded for help and attempted suicide because he said the pain from methadone withdrawal was so intense.
A proposed law could reboot California’s public investment system to provide a stable source of local funding for affordable housing.
One analysis predicts consumers would lose $460 billion between 2021 and 2026, primarily due to reversals in net fuel economy.
Battery recycling is considered one of the most potentially hazardous industries. Yet Vernon’s Exide workers were routinely being poisoned with nearly nonexistent intervention by Cal/OSHA.
California’s Department of Public Health and Cal/OSHA failed to protect workers from lead contamination at a battery recycling plant.
It’s Betsy’s world and scholars just live in it.
The media’s erasing of women of color from the climate activism narrative is dangerous for the movement, says one young activist.
Cory Booker emerges from the school choice closet. More California kids are missing classes due to fires. Ethnic studies gets a reboot.
Selling credits for forest protection hasn’t worked before. Why does the state’s air board think it will now?
Whistleblowers have accused staff at East Oakland’s Castlemont High of manipulating grades for nine students.
In an era of wealth inequality, said State Sen. Connie Leyva, passing a bill to put a stop to exorbitant rent increases “is the least we can do.”
Do businesses have unique obligations to the communities they serve, as well as to their employees?
Governor Newsom hopes a legislative agreement will set the stage for a political ceasefire in the state’s long fight over charter schools.