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Nobody Knows But Me: My story about being homeless on the streets of Oxnard- Part 2

Nobody Knows But Me: My story about being homeless on the streets of Oxnard- Part 2

By Lang Martinez, with Bonnie Rouda . I’m writing this article in hopes that it will shed some light on the difficulties and obstacles with trying to get help for sobriety in Ventura County. What I hope to accomplish is raising awareness of these difficulties and obstacles, as well as the need for more resources. […]

The Pink Patch | Oxnard Police Department announce their candidate for the Real Men Wear Pink Campaign

The Pink Patch | Oxnard Police Department announce their candidate for the Real Men Wear Pink Campaign

According to the American Cancer Society Cancer Facts & Figures 2018, more than 266,000 women are expected to be newly diagnosed with breast cancer in the US, and an estimated 40,920 women are expected to die from the disease. No one should have to face a breast cancer diagnosis alone. That’s why we joined the […]

Response to Armando Vazquez’s Diatribes Against Oxnard PD’s Gang Injunction Program | Rebuttal and Constructive Criticism

Response to Armando Vazquez’s Diatribes Against Oxnard PD’s Gang Injunction Program | Rebuttal and Constructive Criticism

    By Tim Bond   After all the editorials Armando Vasquez had published here on civil gang injunctions in Oxnard, he never seemed to provide a single example of tangible harm done to any person enjoined by the injunctions.   No case of false arrest, no description or names of falsely detained persons, and […]

Final Chapter | Oxnard’s Civil ‘Gang’ Injunctions are Unconstitutional

Final Chapter | Oxnard’s Civil ‘Gang’ Injunctions are Unconstitutional

    By Armando Vazquez, Founding member of CORE  & the Acuna Art Gallery and Community Collective                                                          This is the final; and most important of my editorial series […]

 Oxnard PD Current “OPT-OUT” Conditions and the Recommendations Made by CORE

 Oxnard PD Current “OPT-OUT” Conditions and the Recommendations Made by CORE

    By Armando Vazquez, Founding member of CORE  & the Acuna Art Gallery and Community Collective  CORE, community members and the Oxnard Police Department (OPD) met on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at the old Social Security building.  The Acuna Arts Collective has been utilizing the building as a temporary home, courtesy of the city […]