Essential California: A lost maestro finally gets a new possibility after a tough life

May 29, 2017 - Essential Water

Good morning, and acquire to a Essential California newsletter. It’s Monday, May 29, and here’s what’s function opposite California:

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For one mislaid veteran, new hope

For Kenneth Salazar, a past came behind as a array of scenes in a fractured chronology. Life after a Army had been one of dead-end jobs and episodes of sleeping in cars, any entrance to an finish when a car was impounded. “I woke adult in a engine car in other people’s drive wondering, ‘What in a ruin am we doing here?’” Salazar said. Now he has a new home and a new chance. Los Angeles Times

President Trump’s policies. Legal analysts cruise Cantil-Sakauye a centrist on polite matters though one of a some-more regressive justices on rapist law, an area in that she is deliberate thoughtful to decisions by hearing judges. Some design she will solemnly pierce to a left, shabby by a new liberals on a justice and a apparent change of a California citizens divided from harsh, punitive laws. Los Angeles Times

Helping with Trump depression

Protesting a Trump presidency will go on for years. Victor Narro is doing all he can so activists on a front lines don’t bake out. In his workshops and webinars, Narro tells activists to unplug, garden, hike, dance, volunteer, build altars during their cubicles and demeanour during photos that move them joy. They’re in it for a prolonged haul, after all. Trump still has scarcely 200 some-more weeks in office. Los Angeles Times