A word from our women

“I really don’t think I’ll ever feel safe…”
“I shouldn’t have to feel vulnerable just because I’m a woman.”
“I don’t want to feel helpless against men.”

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Gov. Brown vetoes a bill that mandated CA universities to provide abortion medication

On the same day that he was given the bill, Governor Jerry Brown dismissed SB 320. A bill that required by law, all University of California campuses and California State Universities be provided with abortion medication by January 2022. Known as the “College Student Right to Access Act,” the controversial bill stated that each university […]

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What CA residents need to know about the ‘gas tax’

  This November Californians will decide whether to repeal the gas tax initiative signed into law last year. Proposition 6 is a response to the “Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017”—which gave the State the authority to increase gas taxes and vehicle fees with a two-thirds vote, restricting voter approval. Approximately $5.4 billion dollars […]

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It Begins With Us

Women are first to gripe about the way men objectify them; in songs, in person, and by the way they speak, but women are guilty of facilitating. Though we may not always be aware, women constantly denigrate each other which normalizes the issue of mistreatment by men. How can we expect a man to respect […]

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The Homeless Need Help Too

The number of homeless people dying in Los Angeles County skyrocketed by about 82 percent in the past five years, according to estimates from the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and the Los Angeles County Office of Medical Examiner. A representative at the Examiner-Coroner’s office said it has no definitive number of homeless […]

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