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Building Youth Power Through Healing

By Hannah Esqueda | November 6, 2020

This piece was originally published as part of KCET’s City Rising series, and is written by Dr. May Lin, close CFJ ally and researcher, and Geordee Mae Corpuz, Strategy Director…

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Some Good News While We Wait for Results

November 4, 2020

Today, like many of you, Californians for Justice (CFJ) staff and students are feeling a wide range of emotions. We have all poured so much of ourselves into this election,…

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3 Things to Keep in Mind These Final Weeks of Election 2020

October 22, 2020

Original Art by Orion Camero for Californians for Justice. Title: Learning Liberation, Artist’s Description: “What do you see when you see this painting? Inspired by relationship-centered schools, this piece speaks…

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Newsom Vetoed Ethnic Studies AB 331, But We Won’t Give Up

October 2, 2020

Above: Aniyah Story, a Junior at Oakland High, studies her U.S. History textbook while distance learning at home.  We are deeply disappointed to hear that Governor Newsom vetoed Assembly Bill…

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CA Youth Power Levels Up — Young People’s Task Force is Now Official!

September 25, 2020

We are excited to see the formation of the Young People’s Task Force in partnership with State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond and State Board of Education President Linda…

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Governor Gavin Newsom Backs Schools & Communities First Initiative Prop. 15

September 15, 2020

Californians for Justice is elated with the latest endorsement of Prop. 15, Schools and Communities First initiative from California Governor Gavin Newsom.  On Friday September 11th, Governor Newsom described Prop.…

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Dear Governor Newsom, Support Investment in Black Youth & Youth of Color

September 3, 2020

Sign the petition to support Aniyah and other youth leaders!    Dear Governor Newsom, My name is Aniyah Story, I’m a junior at Oakland High School and a youth leader…

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Back To School Checklist: Student Voice & Racial Equity Data–Webinar Recording & Resources

September 2, 2020

Student Voice and Racial Equity Data are the name of the game this school year. As students and staff navigate the realities of online and distance learning, we know that…

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We’re 90 Days Out from Election Day 2020; Are You Ready?

August 5, 2020

Art by Ashley Lukashevsky for Logo TV GOTV 2018. We’re officially 3 months out from Election Day 2020! With so much at stake this November we’ve prepared a list of…

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Strike 4 Black Lives and Fight for Economic Justice

July 20, 2020

Today, July 20, service workers across the country are walking off the job as part of the Strike 4 Black Lives. Organized by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the…

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