For our advocacy project, our group chose to investigate policy surrounding Water Rights for the Hoopa people and how the Klamath and Trinity Dams have impacted the health of the river. Current policy surrounding water rights includes Prop 1, which Hoopa people were strongly opposed to and which unfortunately just passed on the ballot. Another… Continue reading
CAPPA Political Insider & Information Sharing
The California Alternative Payment Program Association is hosting an event next week that brings representatives from the LAO’s office, both parties, a union, and well-known political analysts together to talk about what is coming in California politics, as it pertains to young children. … Continue reading
The US Department of Health and Human Resources recently sent out an invitation to a free webinar: Understanding Message Framing for Effective Policy Communication. Here’s a link to the event site. I’ve registered and am hoping that we have time to view the recorded one-hour webinar as a class … Continue reading
Monday is “Columbus Day.” In response, the Multicultural Center and members of our Native Community have organized events for Indigenous Peoples’ Week.
See the flyer of campus events.
MomsRising.org has scheduled a Twitter storm for today, October 8 between noon and 1:00 (Pacific Time), in honor of Latina Equal Pay Day. They are joining the National Women’s Law Center, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, the … Continue reading
Earlier this month, Nobel Prize-winning Economist James Heckman presented at the Brookings Institution on child development and social mobility. Then he visited the International Monetary … Continue reading