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Los Angeles County Dives Into L.A. River Work

Long-sought new plan sets table for 51 miles of possibilities.

Los Angeles Launches Largest Guaranteed Income Program in US

The program is offering $1,000 a month for the next three years to 1,000 ​​people in LA County's poorest neighborhoods.

County’s Safer at Work Program Saves L.A. Small Businesses Millions

In LA County, programs that have already saved small businesses millions during the pandemic are looking for ways to expand their outreach into underserved communities.

Common Cause Sets Sights on Local Redistricting

The agency will be translating all written materials into the 15 most-used languages in the state and adding more interpreters to its phone lines.

How to Ease L.A. Homeless Crisis – Voters See Coordination as Key, Not...

With more than 65,000 people living on Los Angeles County’s streets, there’s desperation in the air. Despite all efforts to address it, the situation...

Spotlight on Afghan Media — More Indispensable Than Ever

As new waves of refugees arrive following the end of America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan, we spoke to two people with long experience in Afghan media.

Los Angeles’ Diverse Population Reimagines its Rio

First-ever multilingual public opinion poll on Los Angeles River shows strong support for river revitalization. After decades of planning, the moment to turn the dream to reality has come, say the river’s advocates.

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

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

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.

Waging a Battle for Workers’ Rights – LA County, Free Legal Team Fight...

Also available in Spanish and Korean Amid the economic tumult of the COVID-19 pandemic, workers’ advocates are concerned that hard-won gains in workers’ rights may...

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