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Elected Officials And Ventura’s Westside Community Question Regulatory Agencies On SoCalGas Compressor

Elected Officials And Ventura’s Westside Community Question Regulatory Agencies On SoCalGas Compressor

Ventura, CA – At a virtual, bilingual forum hosted by California State Senator Monique Limón and Assemblymember Steve Bennet in partnership with the Westside Clean Air Coalition, over 300 local residents engaged with three regulatory agencies to ask why there has been no Environmental Impact Report on the SoCalGas compressor station’s expansion at 1555 N. Olive […]

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 […]

Editorial: “Fear the Lord: The Blessing–A Call to Work; Is there not a Cause? Rejoice and Weep”

Editorial:  “Fear the Lord:  The Blessing–A Call to Work;  Is there not a Cause?  Rejoice and Weep”

      Fear The Lord (Psalm 128): The Blessing: “Blessed is everyone who fears the Lord, who walks in His ways…Behold, thus shall the man be blessed who fears the Lord.” (Psalm 128:1,4) A Call to Work: “When you eat the labor of of your hands, you shall be happy and it shall be […]

CAUSE Issues report on Housing Crisis 805

CAUSE Issues report on Housing Crisis 805

Here is the release of new research report: Housing Crisis 805.  CAUSE surveyed nearly 600 local renters, focusing on working-class and immigrant families on the front lines of our housing crisis.  This report combines the lived experiences of local renters with data from the Census, local governments, and online real estate databases. In the past […]

Santa Paula: Citizens Challenge Crimson

Santa Paula: Citizens Challenge Crimson

By Sheryl Hamlin At the October 16, 2019 Santa Paula City Council Meeting, item 10 (Adoption of Ordinance No. 1283 Granting Crimson California Pipeline L.P. a Fifteen Year Franchise Extension) brought out four members of the public to speak. Two representatives from Crimson (David Blakeslee from Compliance and Brian Klein from Engineering) addressed safety concerns […]

Raising Justice annual fundraiser for CAUSE

Raising Justice annual fundraiser for CAUSE

We’re so excited for this year’s Raising Justice annual fundraiser and afternoon of community building with progressive community leaders throughout Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties.  This year’s theme is We are the Seeds: Grassroots Leaders are the Change we Seek! Register today! Our 2019 annual event will focus on the stories of CAUSE community leaders and […]

VCCF Awards $500,000 to Partnership Providing Help to Undocumented Immigrants Recovering from Thomas Fire and Mudslides

VCCF Awards $500,000 to Partnership Providing Help to Undocumented Immigrants Recovering from Thomas Fire and Mudslides

CAMARILLO, Calif. — With the full effects of the Thomas Fire’s devastation still emerging, the Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF) has awarded a $500,000 grant to a community-based partnership providing relief and recovery support to undocumented immigrants. The 805 UndocuFund is a partnership among Mixteco/ Indigenous Community Organizing Project (MICOP), Central Coast United for a […]

Ventura Homelessness | The Present of More Presence

Ventura Homelessness | The Present of More Presence

By Lori Denman-Underhill There is an ongoing discussion in many cities, including Ventura. Is an increased presence of police officers a present, when dealing with a subset of the homeless causing crime? There are two sides of the discussion representing varying opinions from the community. One one side, many are concerned with the subset of […]

VEGAS STRONG

VEGAS STRONG

By Wayne Allyn Root   The story of the year is the worst mass shooting in U.S. history right here in Vegas. But the real story of the year should be the remarkable reaction to this terrible, heinous act of terror.  We are “VEGAS STRONG.” At this moment, we don’t know why the mass murderer […]

VCAA: Activist falsely portrayed VC farm working conditions

VCAA: Activist falsely portrayed VC farm working conditions

By Rob Roy: Editor’s note: This was written in response to a guest column appearing in the Star:  Maricela Morales’ Nov. 29 guest column, “Giving thanks for farmworkers”  You need to read both to understand the huge gulf between the two stories.   I read with concern the column by Ms. Morales thanking farmworkers in Ventura […]

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