https://rafu.com/2021/08/little-tokyo-looks-to-avoid-repeating-redistricting-trap The Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission (LACCRC) was looking for community input as to how the lines will be drawn for Council Districts 1-15 for the next 10 years. Reverend Ray Fukumoto delivered the following comments on behalf of SOS Network: ”Hi, I am Rev. Ray Fukumoto representing Save Our Seniors Network. A … Read more
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: COMMUNITY SEEKS JUSTICE FOR EVICTIONS OF SENIORS Pacifica Companies must provide comparable services to what seniors received at the Sakura Intermediate Care Facility including bilingual and bicultural care for Medi-Cal residents A major chapter in the history of elderly care for Japanese and Japanese Americans has passed with the emptying out of … Read more
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AB 1400 addresses the central issue related to the fight against Pacifica Companies to defend bilingual and bi-cultural healthcare. Organized by the California Nurses Association in 18 cities statewide, hundreds of nurses, patients, healthcare advocates rallied and caravanned supporting the passage of Assembly Bill 1400 April 18. The bill would provide free medical care of … Read more
https://www.kcet.org/history-society/battle-for-boyle-heights-last-japanese-retirement-home December 14, 2015 By Mike Sonksen This is a good article for those that want to know some of the background history to this fight and a good compliment to the overview that is also here on this website.
New ICF Eviction Fight Readied
“Hope and Gratitude” event to honor new community heroes leading the fight against evictions at Sakura ICF and against displacement and gentrification in Boyle Heights. Actress Tamlyn Tomita will emcee. Performance by East L.A. Taiko. Made possible by the generous support of LA City Councilmember Kevin De Leon and many community donors! Get your odori dance moves on!
‘In many cases there were real lapses of oversight,’ says a director on GAO’s health care team Almost no nursing home in America was safe from COVID-19, federal study finds The Sakura Intermediate Care Facility in Boyle Heights has been kept 100% COVID-19 free. We are not yet out of the pandemic. There is no … Read more