New America Media, Op-ed, Posted: Jan 26, 2012
Applying for a waiver from No Child Left Behind would simplify and improve the way California schools are measured.
Investigative Reporting Workshop , News Report, Posted: Jan 26, 2012
Aging boomers will heighten demand for eldercare, and poor pay and job conditions are prompting unions to organize home care and nursing home workers.
New America Media/Richmond Pulse, News Feature, Posted: Jan 24, 2012
Liberty Ship Café not only serves tasty Latin-fusion lunches at the Farmer’s Market in Richmond, Calif., it’s cooking up a cooperative business dream.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Jan 15, 2012
The New York Times’ David Brooks says seniors are wealthier than the young and should agree to Medicare cuts. But ethnic elders live in a tougher reality.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jan 12, 2012
A new measure advocates hope to get on the November ballot would increase penalties against human traffickers in California. The campaign was launched yesterday to coincide with National Human Trafficking Awareness Day,
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jan 09, 2012
Voting in Los Angeles is getting a facelift. A city commission will re-map 15 districts that will affect everything from schools to ethnic representation at City Hall.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jan 08, 2012
Proposals aimed at tying funding to students who fast track their way through California's community colleges could deny access to those in need.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jan 07, 2012
California Gov. Jerry Brown proposed deep budget cuts this week that could especially impact those from low-income ethnic communities.
New America Media/Richmond Pulse , News Report, Posted: Jan 06, 2012
California’s DREAM Act gave bright undocumented students new hope for going to college, but issues like low funding could undermine the act for many.