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The analysis also she great inequities... Data work by @irisslee
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It took months for @palomaesquivel to gather this data, and it shows very starkly the challenges ahead for LA as students return but in need of help to catch up... latimes.com/california/story… Her findings....
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A viral @palomaesquivel about the future if LA >>> @laitmes analysis shows deep drops in assessment scores or below grade-level standing in key areas of learning. Black, Latino and other vulnerable children have been particularly hard hit. latimes.com/california/story…
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This was an incredible package from @kierafeldman with editing from @RichMarosi @jackfleonard alex tatusian and an incredible @latimes credit roll of talent. latimes.com/projects/toxic-c…
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Congrats @kierafeldman and @latimes team
.@UCLAANDERSON PRESENTS THE 2021 LOEB AWARD FOR EXPLANATORY TO: @LATIMES FOR “FUMED OUT” #LoebAwards
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The aftermath of 9/11 was felt in California communities large and small -- L.A. suburbs, small farming towns, inner city neighborhoods -- offered soldiers who fought and died in Iraq and Afghanistan. A tribute from @marialaganga @mrmarkpotts latimes.com/california/story…
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The family has never been the same without” Oscar, Sonia said. “That’s for sure. My dad has never recovered. I don’t think he’ll ever recover. He has these random episodes where, again, he shuts everybody out of his life because he misses —" latimes.com/california/story…
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Among the last Californians to die that month was Cpl. Pat Tillman. Six months after the Sept. 11 attacks, the football star put his NFL career on hold to enlist in the Army with his brother, Kevin. He was killed in eastern Afghanistan on April 22. latimes.com/california/story…
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The aftermath of 9/11 was felt in California communities large and small -- L.A. suburbs, small farming towns, inner city neighborhoods -- offered soldiers who fought and died in Iraq and Afghanistan. A tribute from @marialaganga @mrmarkpotts latimes.com/california/story…
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No state has lost as many as California; 776 men and women who called the Golden State home have died, 11% of the nation’s casualties. Nearly 20% of California’s war dead were old enough to die for their country but too young to buy a drink. They left behind 453 children.
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The Black, white, Asian and Latino soldiers and Marines who lost their lives that April came from small towns and big cities, beach towns and the Central Valley. Their hometowns spanned from Vacaville in the north to Imperial in the south. latimes.com/california/story…
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No state has lost as many as California; 776 men and women who called the Golden State home have died, 11% of the nation’s casualties. Nearly 20% of California’s war dead were old enough to die for their country but too young to buy a drink. They left behind 453 children.
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Construction of the dam began 60 years ago.... not sure anyone imaged CA would get this dry and hot due to climate change latimes.com/california/story…
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The idea of moving all that water, building America's tallest dam, and generating power (allowing for California'a growth) was so ambitious. But our climate now is so much different now... And we are paying a price for the growth the water project made possible
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