Results tagged “Caitlin Hernandez”

How Noa Noa Place Turned A Boyle Heights Sports Bar Into A Queer Latinx Hub -- In The Middle Of A Pandemic

There's more than money at stake in this new space where alcohol-infused aguas frescas meet luchador-level swagger.

Potholes And Road Damage: How The Census Impacts LA Freeway Commutes

L.A.'s streets can be a rough ride. Data from the 2020 Census will help inform road expansions and repairs for the next 10 years.

The Rodney King Foundation Is Getting Hands-On For School Supplies And Youth Development

On a hot corner in Watts over the weekend, a backpack giveaway by Lora King -- daughter of the late Rodney King -- aimed to help kids get ready for the school year and continued the conversations on race.

Living On A Razor's Edge During The Pandemic, Community Clinics Are Urging Census Turnout

As the pandemic continues to curb in-person census outreach, community clinics are working to boost census response numbers to help the communities they serve -- and their future.

A Look At The Factors At Play In One Of LA's Hard-To-Count Census Areas

Census undercounts have been a big issue in L.A. County for decades -- there's even a 14-point list of reasons. In Cudahy, one mother's life is at the intersection of at least seven of these.

'It's Our Money -- We Need To Claim It': Census Uses Caravans To Spread The Word

Almost two dozens caravans hit the streets throughout L.A. County, as census response rates remain extremely low in some communities.

We Asked Oscar The Grouch And Grover For Some Tips For Staying Home. Listen To What They Told Us

Oscar the Grouch loves his trash, he loves it more when everyone stays far away from him.

The 2020 Census Questionnaire -- What's On It?

Happy Census Day! Did you get a 2020 census form in the mail? Wondering why the government is asking you these questions, and what your answers are even used for? We've got you covered.

Understanding 'Stay-At-Home' When It's Not In Your Language

State and local "stay at home" orders recently issued to slow the spread of coronavirus are posted on county websites - in English. But few local governments have translated these yet into other languages. Immigrant advocates say it's a problem for non-English speakers seeking details.

2020 Census Mailers: Explained

The coronavirus is shaking up everyone's schedules, but one schedule remains the same (at least for now). The 2020 Census.