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Port of San Diego Acknowledges Environmental Justice  At one point in June, a draft of the Port of San Diego’s 50-year vision statement failed to fully address the importance of clean air and environmental justice in the area.  At least from the view of the Environmental Health Coalition (EHC) and many residents in Barrio Logan, National City and other areas of [...]
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Ga.’s Clayton County to Vote on Public Transit in November  An estimated 265,800 residents in Georgia’s Clayton County could regain full public bus service in the next two years should voters approve a referendum that narrowly succeeded in making its way to the Nov. 4 ballot, according to a community group and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  County commissioners voted Saturday to approve the measure, which [...]
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Residents in Ariz. Commemorate Civil Rights Act of 1964  Residents in Arizona joined people throughout the country on Wednesday in marking the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act. They ended their multi-day commemoration with an event at a former segregated high school in Phoenix. The Wednesday evening event was held at the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, which once was [...]
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Newport Harbor High School in Costa Mesa, California held its graduation ceremony on June 19, 2014.
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Report: LGBT Community is Young – and Members Vote  Members of the LGBT community are more likely to be younger, more educated and poor, compared to most Americans, according to a new report that summarizes academic studies and examines demographic trends.  But voting among LGBT community members is relatively high with individuals identifying more with Democrats and liberals, compared to most people in [...]
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U.S. Mayors Pass Resolution to Lift Barriers to Citizenship  The nation’s mayors on Monday called on the federal government to change its naturalization policy so that more permanent residents can become U.S. citizens, two immigration groups reported.  At a meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Dallas, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti introduced the resolution which calls on the U.S. government to [...]
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