Healthcare workers came together for the event, “Healthcare is a Human Right,” to promote AB-1400 and the steps needed to be able to give healthcare to all.
It’s good that Governor Gavin Newsom extended the emergency order. He’s not wrong.Newsom extended the emergency order from November 10 until March 2022. The reason behind this is that COVID-19 is still affecting people every day, and it doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon.
East Los Angeles College alumni have gone on to fill in the ranks of many jobs, careers and posts. While ELAC takes pride in serving as an institution that prepares leaders for local leadership, it would not be possible without the student’s willingness and dedication to their education.
Governor Gavin Newsom does not deserve to remain in office and should be recalled in the Sept.14 election. Despite facing a recall election by the voters, Newsom has shown he has no intention of taking this election seriously. The California Democratic party has also opted to play dirty regarding this election, and they should not be rewarded with a win on Sept.14.
California will head to the polls on September 14th to vote on whether to allow Governor Gavin Newsom to remain in office or if he should be recalled and replaced with another candidate.
California cut it close and aims for a fully open economy June 15.
Seeing someone without a face mask these days is like seeing someone naked. It’s taboo and somewhat dirty. They certainly shouldn’t be that way out in public. It’s as if they’re telling the world, “Look at me. I have no shame.”
Being outside does not sound as deadly as it once did before, so long as people aren’t being reckless and the proper precautions are taken.
By: Brenda De La Cruz Inmates deserve COVID vaccines just as much as other individuals. In fact, giving them access can help slow the spread of the virus altogether and that’s the goal, right? During the current pandemic, the world rushed to create a vaccine to fight the COVID-19 disease. While the world awaited the results from the testing of many vaccine trials, thoughts on how these vaccines should be…
By: Annette Lesure East Los Angeles College held a screening of “For Rosa,” a film inspired by the Madrigal Ten, a group of women unknowingly castrated during childbirth on Nov. 18. Boyd-Batstone is a Masters of Fine Arts graduate from the USC School of Cinematic Arts. She said she wanted to share this film to honor the Madrigal Ten and the many other women whose voices were never heard. ELAC’s…