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AB 5 would put California’s Black Newspapers out of print

Dear Gov. Newsom and California legislators, we are asking each of you to search your hearts, look beyond blind spots, step in and do the one thing that will prevent Assembly Bill 5 from putting the Black press in California out of business.

California Homeless Bill of Rights: ‘We’re coming back and back till...

On Friday, Jan. 17, 2014, Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP), coordinated its West Coast Days Of Action across three states and 11 cities. From 2005 to 2014, WRAP has worked to build a large people’s movement rooted in and accountable to groups and individuals defending poor peoples’ constitutionally-guaranteed human right to exist in public space, acquire housing and employment, and enjoy equal protection under law.

Assemblymember Ammiano introduces Homeless Bill of Rights

Assemblymember Tom Ammiano has introduced a groundbreaking bill to protect some of society’s most vulnerable members. The Homeless Person’s Bill of Rights and Fairness Act (AB 5) establishes a foundation on which California can begin to build protections of the basic human rights of people who are homeless.
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