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VIDEO: Long Beach program and unhoused residents speak on struggles of people experiencing homelessness

Jul. 28, 2021 / By
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In this video, we follow a local community outreach program to learn more about what Long Beach's unhoused residents are experiencing and what they'd like others to know about how they are perceived.
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After months of organizing by tenants, City Council set to vote on temporarily banning evictions for substantial remodeling

Jul. 6, 2021 / By
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Tenants and advocates have spoken up about a substantial remodeling “loophole” being used by landlords to pursue evictions. A policy to end these evictions is finally up at city council.
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Want to help conserve water? Here’s why you should, and how you can do so in Long Beach

Apr. 21, 2021 / By
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Water conservation can’t be done alone, but you can still make choices to help. Here’s a few ways to do so.
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COVID-18 PODCAST: A young man’s experience with protests and safety precautions in Long Beach

Apr. 20, 2021 / By
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This episode documents how one young man studying at Long Beach City College has dealt with protests, safety precautions, and school during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A man with a mask over his mouth poses in front of a tree and holds a sign saying "Food 4 Less enforce mask use."

Long Beach residents continue protesting Kroger as closure of two local stores nears

Apr. 9, 2021 / By
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Both the Food 4 Less in North Long Beach and a Ralphs near the Traffic Circle are set to close April 17.
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Long Beach tenants launch campaign aiming to prevent substantial remodeling evictions in the city

Apr. 1, 2021 / By and
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Closing the substantial remodeling loophole in the state's law would prevent landlords in Long Beach from using substantial remodeling of a unit as a no-fault just-cause for eviction.