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Last Sunday, The Sacramento Bee published an op-ed written by Mindy Romero, CCEP director. Mindy discusses the recent U.S. Supreme Court's decision to hear a Texas case that could redefine the one-person, one vote standard for legislative redistricting in the United States. If altered, California's democracy could lose big. [Read here...]
The UC Davis Institute for Social Sciences, in partnership with the CRC, recently provided various monetary awards to select Ph.D. candidates and master's students in the social sciences for summer research and travel. Recipients of the awards are: Ingrid Behrsin, Rebecca Campbell, Elizabeth Christensen, Jonah Cox, Megan Kelso, Xijia Li, Brandon Louie, and Jessica Smith
Palm, Matthew and Deb Niemeier. April 2015. The Effectiveness of Regional Housing Policy: Evidence from the San Francisco Bay Area. Paper. Center for Regional Change, UC Davis.
Recently, CCEP director Mindy Romero appeared on Capitol Weekly's Politics on Tap hosted by John Meyers. Mindy discussed the recent record low voter turnout in California and its impact on the state's youth vote..
IVAN (Identifying Violations Affecting Neighborhoods) is a community-led initiative that incorporates community experiences and government expertise to address environmental hazards in front-line communities. IVAN has been the medium for many community successes and for improved communication between government and residents.
This event is open to the first 150 people to RSVP. RSVP on our Eventbrite page here.
Date: July 13, 2015
Place: CalEPA’s Coastal Hearing Room 1001| Street, Sacramento, CA