Women’s accounts of The Strike proudly point to the healthy mix of white, black and Jewish women who came together to join in the common cause of gaining rights as women. It was more than a day for women, it was also a day for racial and class equality.
These next few years offer a complex series of challenges -- for California and our nation -- and there is much we must accomplish together. Meeting these challenges will be possible only if we have bold leaders like Jerry Brown working alongside us.
by Sarah Callahan - Chief Operating Officer, Courage Campaign
Meg Whitman supports Prop 8. She pledges to cut public funding for health care and education. She's already promised mass layoffs if she becomes governor, just as she did at eBay. And she can't even be bothered to exercise that most basic of rights -- the right to vote.
In today's economy, starting you own business might be the way to go. It could be your life-long dream or simply a way to supplement your income. Before you get started, there are a few things to consider.
Pride @ the beach!, being held Oct. 9 in Oceanside, is a family event where games, music, food vendors and beach play will be organized fun for all. Our event promotes a safer community, where diversity is respected and not marginalized.
Jamie Nabozny, the plaintiff in the 1996 landmark case that established protections for LGBT students, writes letter to Congress thanking them for their efforts and expresses hope that the Student Non‐Discrimination Act will become law.