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Sep 17, 2022 Ricardo Gomez

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Local Journalism Gets Historic Boost

Also, Louisianans shut down a “Cancer Alley” facility, Oakland plans to return stolen land, and a German transportation program slashed climate emissions.
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Local Journalism Gets Historic Boost
A local reporter takes notes during a news conference in March of 2021. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Good things are happening! A historic new program in California aims to usher in the next generation of community-based reporters. Also, Louisiana organizers celebrated a victory for their collective health, stopping the completion of a so-called “Cancer Alley” petrochemical complex. Meanwhile, Oakland takes a stand for Indigenous rights by returning stolen land, and a German experiment in reimagining public transit is having an immense impact on carbon emissions.

All this and much more in this week’s edition of You Love To See It, available below.

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