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El Long Beach Post habla con Gaby Hernandez de la Coalición de Derechos para los Inmigrantes de Long Beach.
Las solicitudes pueden presentarse a partir del 30 de junio y pueden enviarse por correo a más tardar el 23 de julio o entregarse en persona antes del 27 de julio.
Applications can be submitted starting July 13 and can be dropped off via mail no later than July 23 or in-person by July 27.
As Long Beach enters its fifth week of protests, Sunday’s event highlighted the killings of Black trans people.
The victim and suspect knew each other, police said.
Police responded to five reports of shootings throughout the city overnight, two men were wounded in separate incidents while a home and multiple vehicles were damaged.
Long Beach does provide a list of restaurants that have closed due to health issues, but the city at this time said it does not plan to include coronavirus-related closures.
Long Beach Post reporter Stephanie Rivera talks with our newest colleagues Sebastian Echeverry and Crystal Niebla about their beats and the Report For America program.
Hundreds of skaters and spectators gathered at the area of Junipero Avenue and Ocean Boulevard known as Cherry Hill as part of an event billed as “Skate for Peace” that also denounced police brutality.