Spreading the Word to Diverse Communities About PrEP
 

Spreading the Word to Diverse Communities About PrEP

New America Media, News Report, Anna Challet, Posted: Nov 02, 2017

"We don't see Latinos, we don't see Blacks, we definitely don't see women and trans women as part of the imagery that's promoting PrEP."

 

De Leon vs. Feinstein Should Be About the Issues

 

Vida en el Valle, Op-ed, Posted: Oct 24, 2017

The question isn't that Sen. Dianne Feinstein has been in office too long, is too old, or too ineffective. The question is: Should Democrats not challenge Feinstein?

 

As 2020 Census Approaches, Minority Groups Risk Undercount

 

Asian Journal, News Report, Rae Ann Varona, Posted: Oct 18, 2017

Lack of preparation and funding have already put the upcoming decennial 2020 Census at risk of an inaccurate count.

 

The Fight to Protect Voting Rights Continues #StayWoke

 

Black Voice News, Op-ed, Derrick Johnson, Posted: Oct 16, 2017

Without true voter protection, integrity and universal access, America's light on the hill dims.

 

Piece of Japanese American History Destroyed by California Wine Country Fire

 

AsAm News, News Report, Randall Yip, Posted: Oct 12, 2017

The fire that has ripped through California's wine country and claimed over two dozen lives has destroyed an area made known worldwide by the early "wine king" of the state.

 

Anti-Trump Billboard Unleashes Stream of Hate

 

Chico Sol, News Report, Leslie Layton, Posted: Oct 11, 2017

Nicholle Haber, owner of vintage clothing store "Rouse & Revolt" in Chico, Calif. said she was shocked by the maliciousness of people who were upset by the billboard art.

 

Airbnb Campaigns to Increase Diversity on Its Platform

 

Black Voice News, News Report, Freddie Allen, Posted: Oct 09, 2017

Airbnb, the online hosting company that connects travelers with hosts worldwide, is on a mission to increase awareness about its economic benefits in communities of color.

 

Teachers Report Weaker Bonds With Students of Color

 

NorthStar News Today, News Report, Posted: Oct 06, 2017

Teachers say that they have weaker relationships with children of immigrants and teens of color, a new study has found.

 

Hirabayashi, Yasui, Korematsu Families File Supreme Ct. Brief in Opposition to Travel Ban

 

International Examiner, News Report, Posted: Oct 04, 2017

The brief points to the incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII as a warning against unjust presidential powers

 

The Marijuana Industrial Complex Comes to Richmond

 

Richmond Pulse, Op-ed, David Schoenthal, Posted: Oct 03, 2017

A nascent marijuana industry is threatening to exacerbate issues of gentrification and displacement in Richmond brought about by the Bay Area tech boom.

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