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The Virus, Vaccines and New Variants: Weighing the Threat of a Mutant COVID Strain
April 1, 2021
Health care specialists are keeping their eyes on coronavirus variants that could possibly undermine global efforts to vaccinate people and stem the global crisis ... read more »
A Crisis on Two Fronts: Black Immigrants  Face  COVID-19  in California  and  Back Home  
May 22, 2020
They live in small clusters in inland valley towns and in  larger  ethnic enclaves in San Diego, San Francisco and Los Angeles — or  they blend  into  suburban  communities  across the state, according to  data collected by  California Black Media  to support its  Census 2020  awareness  mapping. ... read more »
New State Law Restricts Payday, Other “Debt Trap” Loans
October 24, 2019
Critics say lenders who offer these high-interest loans target disadvantaged people, large numbers of them Black and Brown consumers ... read more »
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New Poll Shows Young Californians Politically Engaged, Eager to Vote
September 27, 2018
The survey quizzed more than 2,000 Californians aged 16-24. ... read more »
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