Oxnard: Community Protests Man’s Wrongful Imprisonment, Conviction Overturned After 11 Years Served

By Maya Luna Community members protested outside the Ventura County Courthouse on Monday, where a Superior Court judge would decide whether or not to reverse the conviction of Ignacio Ixta Jr., who had already served 11 years of a 35-years to life sentence at Pelican Bay State Prison for the conviction of attempted murder. By the end of the protest it was announced to the … Continue reading Oxnard: Community Protests Man’s Wrongful Imprisonment, Conviction Overturned After 11 Years Served

Ventura: Vigil and March Held on Anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s Death

By Serran Soledad Marking one year since the police murder of Breonna Taylor at the hands of Louisville Metro Police Officers, community members gathered at Plaza Park in Oxnard for a candle light vigil early Saturday morning. The vigil was followed by a march in front of the Ventura County Government Center later that day in the neighboring city of Ventura. Organized by Black Lives … Continue reading Ventura: Vigil and March Held on Anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s Death

Worker’s Correspondence: Nurses Speak Out Against Low Staffing and Poor Hospital Conditions

By Serran Soledad Tribune of the People interviewed two nurses at Ventura County Medical Center (VCMC) in Ventura, California, about uncompromising staffing practices and poor work conditions during the Covid-19 pandemic. Both nurses participated in a caravan protest Wednesday morning, which sought to hold local hospital administration’s accountable for their negligence that puts healthcare workers and patients at greater risk of contracting the virus. “We … Continue reading Worker’s Correspondence: Nurses Speak Out Against Low Staffing and Poor Hospital Conditions

Santa Paula: Community Protests New Imperialist Administration, Calls for End to Child Detention Centers

By Serran Soledad On Wednesday, the Brown Berets of Santa Paula, with the support of various Ventura County-based community organizations, led 50 people on a march in the agricultural city located just 65 miles north of Los Angeles. The protest, which demanded the release of the estimated 48,000 undocumented youth confined in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facilities, was part of a national call to … Continue reading Santa Paula: Community Protests New Imperialist Administration, Calls for End to Child Detention Centers

Worker’s Correspondence: Schools Across the US Reopen, Teachers Voice Opposition

This article has been edited at the request of one of the writers due to misquoting one of the teachers. Tribune of the People extends its apologies to the teacher as well as our readers for the mistake. By Serran Soledad and Samuel Matteo School districts across the US are preparing to open back up and hold in-person classes. Tribune of the People, spoke to … Continue reading Worker’s Correspondence: Schools Across the US Reopen, Teachers Voice Opposition

Correspondencia obrera: Muranaka Farms, distribuidor más grande de cebolla verde en los EE.UU. descuida obreros durante pandemia

By Serran Soledad Tribune of the People hablo con dos trabajadores de Muranaka Farms, el distribuidor más grande de cebolla verde en los EE.UU., sobre quejas relacionadas con el trabajo, incluyendo falta de precauciones para Covid 19 y alta rotación de personal. Teniendo granjas en California, Arizona y México, Muranaka posee 450 acres de tierra en el condado de Ventura, empleando mas de 150 trabajadores … Continue reading Correspondencia obrera: Muranaka Farms, distribuidor más grande de cebolla verde en los EE.UU. descuida obreros durante pandemia