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Experts examine anti-Asian racism

KEET-TV HUMBOLDT – KEET-TV, Taiko Swing Humboldt and Humboldt State University Library’s L4HSU Series invite everyone to a free Zoom panel discussion on Wednesday, July 1 at 7 p.m.  The focus is on “Anti-Asian Racism and Justice Reform: A Local and National Perspective” featuring local Asian community members and national Asian justice reform leaders. With

Resilient, caring and kind: COVID-19 community response coalition steps up

Since early March, our member organizations have been delivering supplies and running errands for our high-risk neighbors, making and distributing DIY cleaning products and masks, ensuring community service organizations are stocked with food and other necessities, and helping one another to continue defending and supporting the people of Humboldt County.

SCRAP Humboldt is closing

SCRAP Humboldt SCRAP Humboldt is sad to announce that we will be closing our doors at the end of July.  Since we opened in 2012 we have enjoyed so much support from this community. We gratefully accepted your boxes of treasures, and took joy in helping crafty people of all ages find their inspiration while doing our part to keep useful things out of the landfill.  Thank you to

Trinidad Tidings: Commencement ceremony in the seaside village

The happiest news of the week was the Trinidad School eighth grade commencement ceremony. The 16 graduates drove up in the family cars and wearing caps, received their diplomas from Superintendent-Principal Katie Cavanaugh and teachers Tyler Vack and Margie Cunningham.  There was a photo opportunity with photographer Cameron Cather in front of the school while

Celebrate Juneteenth with Black Humboldt and the Eureka NAACP

This holiday is very important and empowering for the Black and Brown communities all over the United States, but especially for Humboldt County, as this community makes up a very small percentage of the population and is often oppressed as a result. Black history is a part of The United States’ history and is important to celebrate as we create safe spaces and inclusion for POC communities in Humboldt County.