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    By Antonio Ray Harvey California Black Media An advocacy group that fights for fair political representation of African Americans in California says it is pleased with the results of the state’s recent redistricting process. Last year, the California Black Census and Redistricting Hub coalition, a.k.a. the Black Hub, led a grassroots initiative to ensure the ...
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    By Antonio Ray Harvey California Black Media The California Hawaii State Conference of the NAACP has informed the state’s Citizens Redistricting Commission (CRC) that it is “prepared to take legal action” should the current iteration of maps stay the way they are currently drafted. Rick Callender, president of the California-Hawaii NAACP, said the Assembly and ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Last call for one of the hottest topics of the decade – the drawing of the maps that make up the lines of democracy in America. Depending on how those lines are drawn for fair representation, it could have a very positive or a very negative impact on voting choices and voting ...
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    By Edward Henderson California Black Media Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau held a press conference to announce its first local level findings from the 2020 data collection cycle. The new numbers — which drill down to provide demographic information at the county, city and block levels — reveal that California is more multiracial, more ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Billions and billions of dollars that could support communities and people of color may not come down unless more Black and Brown people fill out the Census forms or answer the knock at the door. And make it fast. The clock is ticking under a recently announced tighter deadline. The U.S. Census ...