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Native American Day

By Richard Iyall In 1939, California Governor Culbert Olson declared Oct. 1 of that year to be Indian Day. That made this state the first to designate a day to honor the indigenous people who were [...] Continue Reading

Who Is Behind David Castillo?

By Leni Villagomez Reeves The Murder of Berta Cáceres Roberto David Castillo Mejía, planner and instigator of the murder of Berta Cáceres in Honduras, was finally convicted in July 2021, more [...] Continue Reading

Equity Now in Redistricting

The redistricting process is well underway for several legislative bodies. At the state level, the independent Citizens Redistricting Commission has held several hearings for input on drawing new [...] Continue Reading

Decolonizing Public Safety

Exploring Punishment By Morghan Vélez Young (Editor’s note: “Exploring Punishment” is a new series about the U.S. fixation with punishment that will journey beyond explorations of jails and [...] Continue Reading