Rudy Cardoso-Peraza

Rudy Cardoso-Peraza Rudy Cardoso-Peraza's journalism career began in high school. By the time he became a sophomore at Millikan High School, he realized that he could actually write pretty well. His classmates would praise his writing skills and also to his surprise, his English Literature teacher nominated and awarded him with an English Medal of Merit. While acquiring a passion for writing, Rudy also frequently followed the news on television and on newspapers. He is now a junior majoring in Journalism and minoring in Entrepreneurship at CSULB. Rudy is currently writing for CSULB's newspaper, the Daily 49er, and is an intern at VoiceWaves.

Posts by Rudy Cardoso-Peraza:

Town Hall Hones in on School Culture & Fields School Board Candidates

Apr. 4, 2016 / By
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Hundreds of students and parents gathered Saturday for a town hall and school board candidates’ forum to address the need to create a positive school culture.

CSULB Lecture: Trafficking is Also An Immigration Issue

Mar. 28, 2016 / By
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Human trafficking is usually associated with sexual exploitation, but it also happens across low-wage labor sectors and particularly affects undocumented workers.

Activists Dance and Protest to ‘Stomp Out’ Wage Theft

Mar. 23, 2016 / By
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“Collect! Protect! Enforce!”

That’s what dozens of participants chanted as they danced in unison outside Long Beach City Hall on March 15...

Fatal Police Shooting Leads to Lawsuit Against Long Beach

Mar. 23, 2016 / By
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The family of a man shot to death by Long Beach police announced a $20 million lawsuit against the city Thursday and called for reforms within the police department...

Mia Mingus discusses transformative justice strategies Tuesday.

Long Beach Residents Explore Alternatives in Intervention

Mar. 10, 2016 / By
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Is it possible to confront neighborhood violence without police or public services? Hundreds of people gathered on Tuesday evening to explore this question and learn about the alternative approach commonly known as transformative justice.

The State of the City Through Youthful Eyes

Feb. 26, 2016 / By
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What's the most important issue affecting Long Beach youth and what could be done? Hear it from the youth themselves.

Rare Photos of Snoop Dogg On Display In Long Beach

Feb. 23, 2016 / By
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At the opening reception, Snoop made a surprise call-in by phone and photographer Duke Givens recounted personal tales of his life with the famed rapper.

At the Library: Free Lectures on Long Beach’s Cultures

Feb. 13, 2016 / By
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Since Oct. 2015, the free events have given patrons and community organizations the chance to share stories, culture, and insight as to what it is like living in another country.

Long Beach Mayor Holds Café Chat with Residents

Feb. 9, 2016 / By
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The events allowed the mayor to share news about the city’s progress and gave residents the opportunity to share their concerns for the problems that remain.

El Niño Hits Long Beach Homeless Community

Feb. 2, 2016 / By and
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As the storm makes it way through SoCal, it's the people who sleep outside who are suffering the most. We spoke directly to local homeless folks to hear how they were faring.

2015’s Best In Hip-Hop

Jan. 7, 2016 / By
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Hip-hop has never been so diverse with themes ranging from introspection, grief, depression, social commentary, and your usual music to turn up to.

Movie Review: Why I Loved Every Minute Of “Straight Outta Compton”

Sep. 14, 2015 / By
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Hip-hop didn’t begin as an explicitly political genre; it was a party music that gradually evolved to include many other forms of expression. N.W.A. was a vital part of that evolution.