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The Pop Up Arts and Music Festival is Back!

The Pop Up Arts and Music Festival is Back!

Bank of America Performing Arts Center Home | Events | Directions | Contact Seven FREE events over three weekends in June! All events are FREE Please register by clicking the button below so we can provide social distancing pods for your group. As the name suggests, the festival will feature “pop-up” public performances and activities at a variety of locations throughout […]

Employers Cannot Require the Needle

Employers Cannot Require the Needle

The Healthy American THE HEALTHY AMERICAN Friends, YOU have rights — rights that you need to fight for! Read about your employee rights about exemptions for the needle, on the EEOC website, Item “K” here: https://bit.ly/3f5pZ6O  Need a religious exemption letter? www.thehealthyamerican.org/religious-exemption-letter     Resources to help you right now EMPLOYEE RIGHTS — watch now! […]

Virtual Immigrant Day of Action

Virtual Immigrant Day of Action

Immigrant Day of Action On Tuesday, May 25th, join hundreds of immigrant rights advocates virtually for Immigrant Day of Action in Sacramento.  As we continue to recover from a global pandemic that has hit our immigrant community hard, let’s raise up our collective advocacy power calling for stronger protections, rights and safety nets for immigrant communities!  Register […]

Commentary | Science With the Union Label

Commentary | Science With the Union Label

COLUMN By Larry Sand Despite the reopening happy talk, more than half of all California’s k-12 students remain in distance learning. While schools in California have reopened, a study by EdSource reveals that 55 percent of all public school students in California have not returned to their physical classroom. And just 13 percent of all students in […]

Requiring Proof of Vaccine is Unlawful

Requiring Proof of Vaccine is Unlawful

The Healthy American THE HEALTHY AMERICAN It’s not about the science; it’s about the law. YOUR RIGHT to your body and your property (your body is your property) is protected by many state and federal laws. I have included two laws below, If you want to read more, go here to learn about how to […]

Streaming this weekend only – a heartwarming musical for the ages!

Streaming this weekend only – a heartwarming musical for the ages!

  Conejo Players Theatre OPENING FRIDAY: Don’t miss Daddy Long Legs ON SALE NOW: In-Person Improv is June 5 DRIVE-IN: Broadway Showstoppers with a twist Streaming this weekend only! Daddy Long Legs, the classic novel, turned film brought alive on stage, streams online May 21 – 23 Set in the early 1900’s, the orphan Jerusha Abbott […]

Help Fund This Summer’s Farm Camps!🌱

Help Fund This Summer’s Farm Camps!🌱

Students for Eco-Education & Agriculture Home    About SEEAG    DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT    Donate DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT FUND A NEED Turn our garden green! Donate $100 or more and your name or logo will be included in our garden! ADD YOUR NAME/LOGO Thank you to our “Double Your Impact” supporters so far… ADD YOUR NAME/LOGO           SEEAG Mailing Address P.O. […]

National Trails Day Event Saturday, June 5, 8am-Noon

National Trails Day Event Saturday, June 5, 8am-Noon

  Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District National Trails Day Event Saturday, June 5, 8am-Noon Camarillo Grove Park 6968 E. Camarillo Springs Rd., Camarillo Must pre-register online to attend this free event at: www.pvrpd.org/2021-06-05-national-trails-day This day is set aside to recognize all the incredible benefits that trails provide for recreation and exposure to nature. We are […]

Peace in Palestine? Not if American Politicians Can Help It

Peace in Palestine? Not if American Politicians Can Help It

COLUMN by Thomas L. Knapp On April 22, more than 300 American lawmakers publicly pledged their unconditional loyalty to a foreign power. In a letter to the chair and ranking member of the House Appropriations Committee, the members of Congress cautioned against “reducing funding or adding conditions on” US welfare checks (totaling $3.8 billion annually) […]

RE-OPENING DAY is Finally Here at the Reagan Library!! Mark your calendars!

RE-OPENING DAY is Finally Here at the Reagan Library!! Mark your calendars!

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute We’ve gotten the phone calls, the emails, the letters, even a carrier pigeon or two—as many of our supporters wanted to know when we will finally be able to reopen the Reagan Library and Museum. Well, after coordinating with the State of California, the National Archives and Records […]