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CSU Students React to Continued Online Courses

By Dayzsha Lino, Editorial Intern Months before the 2020 fall semester, students are bracing for what to expect as...

Learning at a Distance

Field Notes from a temporero of the mind By Erik Kongshaug,  former RLN editor Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing, there is a field....

Educational Institutions Cancel In-Person Classes

By Velia Salazar and Angelica Mozol, Editorial Interns As the number of positive cases of the coronavirus, COVID-19, rises in Los Angeles County, the California...

Bernie and the Daughters of the New American Revolution

By James Preston Allen, Publisher As much as the mainstream media and the conservative side of the Democratic Party try to deny it, Sen. Bernie...

Newsom’s Budget Fine-Tunes a Balancing Act

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor With his “May Revise,” Gov. Gavin Newsome doubled down on two contrasting features of his initial budget proposal unveiled in...

Public Opposition Deepens in Fight Against Charter Co-location at Catskill

By Mark Friedman, RLn Contributor,Veteran Teacher Opponents to Ganas co-location at Catskill Avenue Elementary school found a new ally in city councilman Jim Dear. The...

Random Letters 4-18-19 — Myth of Progress in Technology; New Edu. Paradigm; $4.5M Renovation WGT; Diff. Facets of Same Fight; Trump Hiding Tax Returns;...

Exploding the Myth of Progress in Technology I would like to commend you on  your excellent editorial, “Exploding the Myth of Progress in Technology,” in...

Teachers, Parents Fight to Save Public Education in the Harbor Area

By Mark Friedman, RLn Reporter CARSON — The battle to end the privatization of public schools is now centered at Catskill Avenue  Elementary in Carson,...

Schools Funding Should Come from Corporations, Wealthy

Property parcel tax to pay for education is a backward idea that puts burden on working people By Mark Friedman, Contributing Writer Working people, homeowners, and...

Random Letters 1-24-19

More on Dave Arian Dave and I were feeding 44-pound banana boxes to the conveyor belt. There must have been 20 guys working that deck,...

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The Tipping Point!

By Robert Lee Johnson The general assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1669 addressed the killing of...

Protests”: In Portland, Getting Out of Jail Requires Relinquishing Constitutional Rights

Federal authorities are using a new tactic in their battle against protesters in Portland, Oregon

Governor Newsom Takes Action to Strengthen State Unemployment Insurance Delivery System

This includes the formation of an Employment Development Department or EDD strike team, and a renewed focus on processing unpaid claims.

Gov. Newsom Releases Final Water Resilience Portfolio

The portfolio prioritizes securing voluntary agreements in key watersheds to improve flows and conditions for fish, address air quality and habitat challenges around the Salton Sea and protect the long-term functionality of the State Water Project and other conveyance infrastructure.