Join Santa Ana locals in unravelling 40 years of plans in the City of Santa Ana to re-imagine Downtown Santa Ana’s La Calle Cuatro, Orange County’s most Mexican, working-class & culturally vibrant zone, & explore community debates, grassroots activism and even fairy tales over gentrification.
Leading the way in local community radio, Laguna Roundtable announces a live interview with Assemblyman Matthew Harper, who represents the 74th Assembly District, which includes Laguna Beach, this Sunday on KX93.5FM at 8 AM.
On April 27th, the California State University Fullerton chapter of College Republicans hosts an interactive display on campus called “How Cal State Fullerton is Ripping You Off” from 11:00am to 4:00pm in the Humanities Quad.
On April 26, a panelist of several provider (doctors) and other healthcare professionals are slated to discuss several topics surrounding healthcare reform. The event will take place at the Delhi Center (505 E Central Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92707) from 11:00am-12:00pm.
On April 1st, el Centro Cultural de Mexico moved in to its new building on 837 N. Ross Street, marking a significant win for Santa Ana’s immigrant community and grassroots groups fighting for rights and equality across Orange County.
The Orange County District Attorney’s Office (OCDA) Appellate and Training Unit has assumed its role as the statewide lead training agency in the area of traffic safety for law enforcement and prosecutors.
Orange County Multi-Racial Collaborative presents a screening of award-winning documentary “13th” at The Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, followed by a panel discussion with people directly connected with the criminal justice system in Orange County from a variety of perspectives and experiences.