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Los Angeles Gears Up for Extreme Heat

Los Angeles’ Climate Emergency Mobilization Office is spearheading a series of efforts aimed at mitigating extreme heat, a key health risk for the city's most vulnerable communities.

Six Months in, a Mixed Outcome of Biden’s Immigration Policies

Although many of Trump's era directives have been reversed, the border and the interior tell a different tale for immigrants in the country.

U.S. Grows Ever-more Diverse – Census Data Show a Multiracial, Urban and Older U.S.

The United States population is more diverse and urban. But overall population growth in the country has slowed, newly released Census Bureau data show.

As Food Insecurity Rises – Millions Missing Out on LA County Food Support Programs

Ethnic American residents are missing out on easily accessible programs that would them keep their families well-nourished and healthy.

Lessons of the Pandemic – Demanding Equal Access to the Internet as a Human Right

The Internet has become so central to modern life that access to it is a necessity.

Hmong Community Activist Ends 19-day Hunger Strike as California Attorney General Agrees to Look at Demands

Attorney General Rob Bonta agreed to look into the death of farmer Soobleej Hawj, who was killed by Siskiyou County law enforcement officers late last month.

CDC Experts Call New Surge “The Pandemic of the Unvaccinated”

Also available in Spanish. As the Delta variant of COVID-19 spreads across the country, health authorities are concerned about the increase in cases in rural...

Siskiyou County New Frontier for Resisting anti-Asian Violence

Hmong Americans converged on the Siskiyou County courthouse in Yreka Saturday to demand a federal investigation into the June 28 fatal shooting of a Hmong father of three by law enforcement agencies.

‘Historic Moment!’ Asian Americans Cheer Passage Of California’s $156 Million Fund To Combat AAPI Racism

A three-year initiative seeks to equip the AAPI community with resources to combat hate crimes.

Fighting Global Warming Requires an Equity Approach

Experts warn that the best way to address climate change is not only from scientific models but with policies focused on equity.

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