Alvin Engo (The Kingfish)

Youth Reporter for Voicewaves

“Loyalty to the Kingfish," Spoke in great words by Alvin, to his most loyal of friends “Kingfish” He immigrated to the United States in 2014 from the Philippines, having to still deal with the constant issues of poverty in Long Beach, living through the harsh realities of what he considers to be "two very distinct socio-economical societies." He is a member of the Democratic Socialist of America Long Beach, as an advocate for worker-owned cooperatives and federalization of the Philippines.

Posts by Alvin Engo (The Kingfish):

Youth Q&A with Daryl Supernaw: Long Beach’s District 4 Council Member

Dec. 10, 2018 / By
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We asked Supernaw a wide range of questions, including his start in politics, youth and social programs and his plans for the future of greater Long Beach.

Commentary: Meet Long Beach’s New United Left

Nov. 20, 2018 / By
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They aren’t taking chances with the alt-right encroaching on American life.

Community Turns Out for Healthcare & DACA Immigration Fair

Nov. 13, 2018 / By and
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From DACA to lawyers and from oxygen tests to pregnancy support, the health fair provided many resources for locals at Drake Park.

The Dawn of the Worker Owned Business In Long Beach

Oct. 29, 2018 / By
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Long Beach is showing a strong interest in worker cooperatives, or work with no bosses.

PODCAST: Wavegang Talks Junior College Transfers with A Counselor

Sep. 15, 2018 / By , , and
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Community college makes things happen. Let's debunk myths about the transfer process with an LBCC counselor.