Join us for a conversation focused on how the Black Lives Matter movement has shifted the Democratic Party and what the party can do to advance justice going forward.
It is a visionary plan, funded primarily by Federal dollars already in hand, and is the chance of a lifetime.
Last week a bipartisan group of congressmen introduced a bill (Senate Bill 1583) to extend the Lake Tahoe Restoration Act. The original bill was passed in 2000 and authorized $300 million for the restoration of the lake and surrounding basin.
Today’s vote confirmed that the leaders of the current Republican Party are willing to abandon democracy in order to save the country from what they call “socialism.”
It’s finally happening! Sac State’s Center on Race, Immigration & Social Justice (CRISJ) is launching its Un/Equal Freedoms: Expressions for Social Justice art exhibition this Thursday, May 13 at 7 p.m.
The Board of Supervisors will receive a presentation on the benefits and challenges involved in the implementation of Body Worn Cameras.
On Tuesday, May 11th at 6pm the Placerville City Council will vote on Item 11.1. This would cause the eviction and displacement of the current long term low income tenants.
Fire season is almost upon us. How does the El Dorado County Vegetation Management Ordinance help protect you? What do you need to do to be compliant? What is the ordinance?
Catastrophic wildfires and now the pandemic have exposed the severity of California’s Digital Divide as a widening chasm that adversely impacts public safety, education, healthcare, and our livelihoods.
You won’t want to miss the 2021 Virtual State Convention exhibit hall! Find out more information and how to register.
In a vote that came just before 10 p.m. Tuesday night the Placerville City Council directed staff to remove the depiction of a noose from city logos and other public assets.
The first Earth Day occurred 51 years ago, April 22nd. Being a young naïve college student at the time I assumed that we would solve the problems in a year or two. Unfortunately we haven’t and it has only gotten worse.