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ICE busing hundreds of migrants to Inland Empire, advocacy groups say

This article was first published May 22, 2019 on ABC 7 By Rob McMillan Two white vans with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection pulled up to a Greyhound bus station in downtown San Bernardino late Wednesday morning. After a handful of migrants exited, the vans pulled away. “They’re dumping them off with no support whatsoever,”.....

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As border detention fills up, asylum seekers are being dropped off in the Inland Empire

This article was first published May 20, 2019 on the OC Register Roxana Kopetman Ericka Flores, right, with the Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice, helps migrants connect with their relatives in the U.S. after Border Patrol agents dropped them off in San Bernardino last week. She takes a group to a Greyhound bus.....

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Comunidad se une para ayudar a inmigrantes indocumentados abandonados por la Patrulla Fronteriza en San Bernardino

Habitantes y organizaciones unifican esfuerzos para auxiliar a familias enteras que han sido dejadas a su suerte por las autoridades migratorias en la estación Greyhound. De acuerdo con la Coalición Justicia para los Inmigrantes, las personas están siendo abandonadas sin recursos, por lo que la organización busca proveerles alimentos, ropa y alojamiento. May 20, 2019.....

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Midlands Business Journal May 17, 2019 Vol. 45 No. 20 issue

This was first published May 17, 2019 on Midlands Business Journal

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Battles erupt over warehouse jobs as the Legislature moves to curb subsidies

This article was first published May 13, 2019 on the LA Times By Margot Roosevelt  A worker fills an order at the Amazon Fulfillment Center in San Bernardino, where warehouses have boomed.Photo: Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times / TNS Hundreds of residents packed a church hall in San Bernardino a few weeks ago to.....

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For World Asthma Day 2019, I challenge leaders to push zero emission solutions that prioritizes community health first

This article was first published April 30, 2019 on IECN. An Op-Ed by Ana Gonzalez, CCAEJ Board Member and a member of the South Coast Air Quality Management District Youth Advisory Committee I learned a few weeks ago that my 13-year-old son developed bronchitis and could also be asthmatic. It was heartbreaking to hear. When.....

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Hundreds attend Earth Vibes event that encouraged conservation, sustainable health, arts

This article was first published April 23, 2019 on IECN. IECN photo Earth Vibes: The community came together on Saturday, Apr. 20 for an Earth Day event at Bryce E. Hanes/Jon Cole Skatepark to underline the importance of conservation, implementation of sustainable health practices and arts advocacy. Hundreds of people gathered at Bryce E. Hanes/Jon.....

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Hundreds attend town hall on proposed San Bernardino International Airport Air Cargo Logistics Center

This article was first published April 23, 2019 on IECN. By Manny B. Sandoval Photo Ben Reynoso: Over 300 community members attended the town hall meeting on April 17th. On Wednesday, April 17, a coalition of community organizations generated a town hall meeting to introduce public input to the development process of the proposed San.....

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San Bernardino groups throw festival celebrating the Earth, art, culture and creativity

On Saturday, April 20, residents had their pick of community gatherings to attend This article was first published April 20, 2019 on the Press Enterprise. Monique Arce, of San Bernardino, watches over her daughter Genesis Holguin, 1, as she makes a pine cone bird feeder during Saturday’s “Earthvibes” Earth Day event at Bryce E. Hanes.....

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‘Una economía justa generaría empleos verdes’

Líderes demócratas y progresistas de los Estados Unidos, han desarrollado una propuesta de ley que dicen no solo combatiría frontalmente el cambio climático sino también transformaría la economía del país This article was first published April 19, 2019 on Excelsior. In a Friday, Aug. 3, 2018 photo, Zach Drennen, left, and Colton Memmott of Rewire.....