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Explainer: Tracking Racial Profiling in SD

A Speak City Heights and Voice of San Diego investigation revealed the San Diego Police Department will start tracking traffic stops to look for incidents of racial profiling after letting the effort wane for a decade. Voice of San Diego’s … Continue reading

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Mid-City Youth Look to Prevent Crime With Survey of Alcohol Retailers

The Latino Youth Council found at least 28 stores that sell alcohol in the Mid-City area violate state beverage control standards. | Video Credit: Nicholas McVicker By Dwane Brown The Latino Youth Council released an assessment on Friday of 30 … Continue reading

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How Much Does it Cost to Raise A Family in San Diego?

Peter Brownell, research director, Center for Policy Initiatives, speaks with KPBS Evening Edition’s Peggy Pico about the cost of living in San Diego. By Marissa Cabrera, Tom Fudge, Patty Lane and Peggy Pico An analysis by the California Budget Project … Continue reading

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South Sudanese in San Diego Concerned About Violence Back Home

By Jill Replogle In recent weeks, fighting in South Sudan has caused more than 50,000 people to seek protection at United Nations peacekeeping bases there. The violence in the fledgling nation worries South Sudanese living in the U.S. with family … Continue reading

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How Does Someone Get Identified As a Gang Member In San Diego?

By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh, and Peggy Pico How accurate is the statewide database of gang members and how does a person get their name off the list? Last week, the San Diego Association of Governments announced there are 7,500 … Continue reading

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Q&A: Napolitano on Diversity, Academics and the Undocumented at U.C.

Janet Napolitano from New America Media on Vimeo. Editor’s Note: In September, former Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano took over as president of the University of California. She’s the first-ever woman to hold that position. She now heads a … Continue reading

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Entrevista con Napolitano Sobre la Diversidad y los Indocumentados en U.C.

Janet Napolitano from New America Media on Vimeo. Nota Editorial: En septiembre la ex secretaria de Seguridad Nacional, Janet Napolitano, asumió el cargo de presidenta del sistema de Universidades de California, la primera mujer en ocupar esa posición. Ahora dirige … Continue reading

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Burmese Refugees Making San Diego Home

Andrew Rae, board chair for the Karen Organization of San Diego, and April Moo, a Burmese refugee and San Diego City College student, talk with KPBS Evening Edition host Peggy Pico. By Megan Burke and Maureen Cavanaugh Listen to the … Continue reading

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Micro-Park Aims to Make Big Difference

Video Credit: Brian Myers By Brian Myers A “parklet” sprouted on Friday in front of Super Cocina in City Heights Friday. The parking-spots-turned-gathering-spot was hosted by the City Heights Community Development Corporation, Bikes del Pueblo and the Super Cocina restaurant … Continue reading

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Photos: What Does Health Mean to You?

As October approaches and healthcare remains at the forefront of the public dialogue, City Heights youth from The AjA Project‘s PhotoCity class explore more broad definitions of health. They’ve defined what social health means to them as young people by … Continue reading

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