Giving neighborhoods a voice: Environmental justice workshop focuses on practices, resources aimed at helping communities By Almendra Carpizo Record Staff Writer STOCKTON — Dozens of people … Continued

Bail reform ‘a step forward’ … depending By Roger Phillips STOCKTON — For the past four years, individuals booked into the San Joaquin County Jail … Continued

Stockton nonprofit hosting events aimed at reintegrating formerly incarcerated parents Author: Daniela Pardo Published: 5:38 PM PDT October 14, 2018 Updated: 5:17 AM PDT October … Continued

Reading is Lit: Lighting up little readers By Jason Anderson Fathers & Families of San Joaquin tried a new approach to stress the importance of … Continued

A grant to plant: Nonprofits will beautify parts of city with more than 450 trees By Wes Bowers Fathers & Families of San Joaquin and … Continued

Michael Tubbs, a Young Mayor, Shows Gun Measures Can Yield Life-Saving Results By Marian Wright Edelman Photo: Joshua Mellin–Flickr  When 26-year-old Stockton, California councilmember Michael … Continued

Moving forward to prevent gun violence By Marian Wright Edelman When 26-year-old Stockton, California, council member Michael Tubbs was elected in 2016 as Stockton’s first … Continued

ACLU: Over-Policing in Stockton Unified Remains Rampant, with 3,000 Police “Incident Reports” Each Year ACLU of Northern California Files Suit Against District for Withholding Public … Continued

My Brother’s Keeper Stockton 2016 Report By UC Davis February 04, 2016 Monitoring Community Action to Promote Equity: The San Joaquin County Alliance of Boys … Continued

Youth Speaks explores broken families in Stockton with ‘Pilgrim Street’ By Lily Janiak In 2018, Youth Speaks might be best known as the arts organization … Continued