Segregation by the Sea

Segregation by the Sea

Despite civil rights laws, informal discrimination and economic barriers restricted their access. Specific cases like the Pacific Beach Club and Bruce’s Beach illustrate the resistance and discrimination Black beachgoers encountered. However, recent efforts have led to the return
of Bruce’s Beach to its rightful owners.”

California’s Changing Political Landscape

California’s Changing Political Landscape

Over the past decade, California has experienced a growing Democratic trend in presidential elections, indicated by an increasing ratio of votes for Democrats compared to Republicans,as the state’s diverse population, including Black, Latino, and other voters of color, mobilizes
and prioritizes issues relevant to their communities.”

Mapping Hate in California

Mapping Hate in California

The incident of racist graffiti at Hamilton Elementary School in Anza, Riverside County, and the subsequent arrest of two individuals highlight the enduring issue of hate crimes in California, dispelling the notion of the state’s liberal reputation, while emphasizing the importance of
understanding and addressing these acts of hatred through an in-depth examination of hate crime prosecutions and convictions.

Inland Empire: How Much Do Inland Empire Cities Spend on Policing?

Inland Empire: How Much Do Inland Empire Cities Spend on Policing?

The movement to defund the police gained momentum following the killing of George Floyd in 2020, prompting a reevaluation of the exorbitant amount of funding allocated to policing in the United States. Despite a decrease in criminal activity, police budgets have consistently grown over the years, with local, state, and federal governments contributing to the substantial fiscal support. The allocation of funds to law enforcement, often without clear objectives or constraints, has overshadowed investments in vital community needs such as education,
housing, and mental health services. It is imperative to shift resources towards alternative initiatives that promote safety and security without relying on a system characterized by
violence and discrimination.

San Bernardino City Food Access

San Bernardino City Food Access

So-called food deserts exist throughout San Bernardino County
and are characterized not only by the lack of affordable grocery
stores within a 1 mile radius, but they are also marked by other
socioeconomic factors such as poverty, racist infrastructure,
unaffordable housing, lack of transportation access and low-income.

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