Monthly Archives: December 2014

New Women’s Shelter in Boyle Heights–Boyle Heights Beat

From article by Jennifer Velez: After 26 years of providing shelter to homeless men in Boyle Heights, the non-profit Proyecto Pastoral has now opened its doors to women. The Women’s Shelter will provide beds for up to 15 women for … Continue reading

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Room to Grow, poem excerpt

From “A Special Day” by Roberto Juarez So this I say, for this I know Give your child the room to grow Be slow to anger and quick to forgive Remember, you too were once a kid

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Court Review of ATF Reverse Stings–LA Times

A California Appeals Court is reviewing a case where defendants were arrested in the a “reverse sting.”  Agents from the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives proposed a robbery of an imaginary drug stash house. When the suspect … Continue reading

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