Residents at an Anaheim City Council meeting in early 2016 protesting the council's rejection of the voting district map known as the "people's map." Council ultimately reversed that decision.

A ‘People’s’ Victory in Anaheim

In a rare win for the city’s activists, the City Council Tuesday night voted to restore a council districts map, known as the “people’s map,” that has broad community support and put a Latino-majority district up for election in 2016.


A Voice From Missouri

A freshman at the University of Missouri, who hails from Southern California, offers her take on the week of protests by African American students in response to a series of racially motivated incidents on campus that forced the resignations of the university system’s president and the university’s chancellor.

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May Day Protesters Fill OC Streets

Protesters took to the streets of Anaheim and Santa Ana Friday for the annual international workers holiday, known as May Day, and railed against police brutality and deportations of undocumented immigrants.


History of Anaheim’s Thin Blue Line

There will be four independent reviews of a police shooting death that shattered trust between Latinos and the Anaheim Police Department. But penetrating the police “code of silence” could prove difficult.