The San Francisco Police Department plans to classify all suspects by both race and ethnicity, Police Chief Greg Suhr said Wednesday, replacing a system which followed state guidelines to classify arrestees according to five racial categories.
An anonymous email sent to CBS 5 Wednesday criticized a staffroom board that reminds teachers to keep “our black and brown boys in mind” as racist. But the principal of that school said the board is not racism, and isn’t going anywhere.
Controversy is brewing at a San Jose school district over displays of African-American and Latino boys placed in teacher’s meeting rooms.
The grand parade for San Francisco’s annual Carnaval celebration got underway Sunday morning in the city’s Mission District.
California voters are an increasingly independent bunch, with a record number declining to join either the Democrats or the Republicans, with latest tally holding especially bad news for the California GOP.
Dozens of illegal immigrants recently released from jail in Santa Clara County have been re-arrested by federal immigration officials.
Oakland police officers are often too quick to draw their guns, especially when confronting African-American suspects, according to a federal court monitor.
Federal officials are suing a San Jose Panda Express, accusing the restaurant of making Latino workers clean toilets and perform other menial work while Asian employees stood around and watched.
The overall number of hate crimes in California remained steady last year, but the number targeting Hispanics nearly doubled.
The economy was definitely on the minds of dozens of Latino business leaders who gathered in San Jose Thursday for the annual meeting of the California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.