Anaheim’s ‘Outside Agitators’?
Just after 5 p.m. on Aug. 1, fewer than a dozen protesters from Los Angeles-based activist group By Any Means Necessary (BAMN) gathered on Anna Drive in front of the colorfully decorated Manuel… Continue reading
What started out as a peaceful protest in front of Anaheim City Hall on Tuesday escalated to city-wide unrest as crowds swelled up to 1,000 in the streets into the night. Over a… Continue reading
Teri Royal, a disabled woman and former business owner, was locked out from her property in Cypress yesterday under court-ordered foreclosure proceedings. Orange County Sheriff Department deputies stood downstairs of the two-story house as about a half-dozen… Continue reading
Late on the afternoon of June 1, a small group gathered in front of Newport Beach’s infamous Balboa Bay Club, the longtime gathering place for Orange County’s old money. Dressed in smart suits… Continue reading
As Fullerton residents anxiously awaited their City Council recall results on Tuesday night, a group of about a dozen protesters gathered at an Anaheim City Council meeting. The protesters were family members of Caesar Cruz, Justin Hertl, Joe Whitehouse and Martin Angel Hernandez; all shot to… Continue reading
In January, I traveled with a group of California State University Fullerton (CSUF) journalism students to Cambodia to report on a medical mission. We stayed for two weeks to document the volunteer work… Continue reading
Students for Quality Education (SQE) hunger strikers and their supporters met Friday with Chancellor Charles B. Reed, General Counsel Christine Helwick and Systemwide Police Chief Nate Johnson in Long Beach. SQE started a… Continue reading