Just two days before the deadline to act on legislation for the year, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 101 into law. The measure will make ethnic studies a graduation requirement for California’s public and charter high school students.
Wesley Martines man arrested with a cache of high-powered weapons dreamed of ‘whites-only’ community without Jews, Blacks, Latinos
The Fresno Police Department has launched an investigation after video footage and photos shared widely online showed one of its officers attending Proud Boys protests.
Fed up with what they describe as concessions to “right-wing interest groups” and “pro-Israel lobbyists,” the originators of California’s ethnic studies model curriculum for high schools are now demanding their names be stripped from the final draft.
“We never start the fight, but we finish it.
The S.F.-based Jewish Community Relations Council placed questions on affirmative action in a community survey, creating a task force, and more.
In the waning hours of the review period for bills passed during the 2019-20 legislative session on Wednesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom broke with strong majorities in both chambers to turn back Assembly Bill 331, which would have made an ethnic studies course mandatory in public high schools.