Anita Chabria is a California columnist for the Los Angeles Times, based in Sacramento. Before joining The Times, she worked for the Sacramento Bee as a member of its statewide investigative team and previously covered criminal justice and City Hall.
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In his new book, professor Ibram X. Kendi gives advice on how to raise anti-racist kids, and on how talking about race helps us all.
For years, this Canadian city has hosted safe consumption sites for addicts. They’ve saved lives, but with some painful tradeoffs.
This mom knew having another child wasn’t the right decision for her. Facing Texas’ new restrictive abortion law, she saw California as her best hope.
We can talk needing police reform all we want in California. But until elected officials do more and walk their talk with sheriffs, it won’t happen.
The conservative trucker convoy landed at California’s Capitol this week. It revealed how America now lives in parallel universes of reality.
Al hablar de su afasia, la familia del actor nos recuerda a todos que debemos hacer planes. Algún día podríamos tener una afección similar.
By speaking out on his aphasia, the actor’s family reminds us all to make plans. We could one day be similarly afflicted.
Abuse of women often leads perpetrators to engage in gun violence. The link is strong, but our will to stop abusers is not.
Los trabajadores de las bandas de Sacramento dicen que el potencial de violencia es más común en verano, y que han estado trabajando para “adelantarse” a los problemas.
Sacramento gang workers say the potential for violence is more common in the summer, and that they had been working to “get out ahead” of trouble.