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The League of Women Voters and the Aquarium of the Pacific are announcing a contest for Long Beach Unified School District students to get involved with climate change and help others learn more about what they can do to help reduce its impa

Article on Millenial votes
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Our President Kim Ritter found this article and it is a must read!

Millennials Need to Start Voting Before the Gerontocracy Kills Us All

Cambodian Community Forum about DDD
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A kickoff rally in LB's Cambodia Town for Measure DDD (would create a Redistricting Comm'n) drew about 40 people to the MAYE Center on E. Anaheim St. at late afternoon Thursday (Oct.

Long Beach Jan 2018 Aquarium event
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This week, the U.N.’s scientific panel published a major report, saying that by 2040, there will be catastrophic changes to the earth due to global warming.

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Schools and communities first, split roll, League of Women Voters, California, November election, ballot measure, grassroots
Public Statement

Our coalition submits more than 1.7 million signatures of support and our initiative will now qualify for the November 2020 ballot

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Engage the public in local redistricting

Fred Rogers, look for the helpers
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We know that League members and supporters are leaders in your communities and that you care deeply about the people in our state. You are helpers. We are helpers. We will continue to help empower voters and defend democracy, even in the face of adversity.

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League CoSponsors California Racial Justice Act
Public Statement

This landmark bill addresses racism in criminal sentencing and convictions in California