Tag: Social Justice

Regarding the Documents

Scanning the Mythology of ‘Documented’ California

Undocumented Californians and the Future of the Golden State

Manuel Pastor It’s probably no exaggeration to say that the U.S. has just been through its Prop 187 moment. Like […]

Martin Luther King Jr.’s L.A. Bomb Scare

Patrick Parr This is not the life I expected to lead. But gradually you take some responsibility, then a little […]

Water is Life

Alessandra Bergamin Briana Flin It is a Saturday evening in April and Celerina Chavez is making albondigas—Mexican meatball soup. In […]

What is a River in California?

Susannah Sayler Edward Morris What is a river? This is not a question we ask every day because it seems […]

Undocumented California: An Evening of Readings and Music

Gather with us Thursday 5 October in Tijuana at Cine Tonalá for an evening of friendship, readings, and music, entering […]

Investigating STEM: Health Equity as Touchstone for the Future

Cheryl Holzmeyer Sometime over the past decade or so, a new acronym began permeating public discourse, lumping together fields from […]

Reigniting Education in Juvie: Education is a right, even behind bars

Anna Challet Frequently overlooked in California’s ongoing discussions about criminal justice reform are the places at which many individuals have […]