Ana Adlerstein, a volunteer human rights worker at the United States/Mexico border, was suddenly arrested and jailed while accompanying an asylum seeker across the border at the Lukeville Port of Entry in Arizona. It was a bogus, unlawful arrest — Adlerstein was never charged with a crime, and after
The state of California just made it clear: Face recognition surveillance isn't inevitable. We can — and should — fight hard to protect our communities from this dystopian technology.
In a year when we’ve seen states throughout the South and Midwest move to ban abortion and restrict access to reproductive health, California could soon cement its reputation as a leader in reproductive freedom.
Living in California is already expensive enough for working families — paying rent, paying for childcare, putting food on the table, etc. — without also having to pay to retrieve a towed car.
California families impacted by police violence, advocates, and allies just made history. Today, Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 392, the California Act to Save Lives, a bill to address police shootings — one of the most pressing forms of police violence afflicting Black and brown communities in the
After a parole board granted Richard Mireles his freedom earlier this year, he was shocked to learn that he still couldn't cast a vote in California, the state he had lived in since he was born.