That’s one of the most common pseudo-witty quips that you’ll hear people say when they go on this long diatribe about how people nowadays are too sensitive and how the world never handed them anything and so on and so forth. Who knows, maybe they’ll even throw a “back in my day” in there […]
About Fernando Antunez
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The only sanctuary that an undocumented member of our society can find from a life of uncertainty is a community that positions every one of its members to live their potential. Policies that reflect the trust essential to this vision’s realization, in turn, reflect the value of these communities when they are not being intimidated. […]
On March 3rd earlier this year, former Los Angeles County District 1 Supervisor Gloria Molina failed miserably in her attempt to unseat City Council District 14 incumbent Jose Huizar. After decades of sitting in office as one of the “kings and queens” of the L.A. County, Molina was forced to face the reality of her […]
As a fine mist of rain fell on the corner of Albany Street and Pico Boulevard, there was a small collection of twenty-somethings running up and down the street with a strange mix of excitement and anxiety. The symphony of cars kicking up water as they beat down West Pico Boulevard played an appropriate backdrop […]