Protectors of an Honored Heritage

How Indigenous tribes are using business revenues to maintain and celebrate their cultures

“When you talk about business, ours has allowed us to bring our culture back,” Tayaba notes. “Building our dance arbor, having our ceremonies — obtaining eagle feathers, abalone, clam shells, pine nuts, items that aren’t easily foraged today — it all costs money. Now we hold workshops, classes, dance practices. We’re trying to rebirth weavers, because our grandmothers were weavers.”

Nov 20, 2023 Scott Thomas Anderson

California State Scientists Strike, Demand Equal Pay

CalMatters: Hundreds of scientists working for the state of California to protect water supplies, respond to oil spills, study wildlife and track foodborne outbreaks marched in Sacramento Nov. 15 in what’s being called the first-ever strike by state civil servants. 

Nov 17, 2023 Rachel Becker, CalMatters

How Investing Works

The road to investing is wide and full of many different kinds of drivers that often overlap. Here is a basic guide to understanding how various investors work and what makes each one unique.

Nov 14, 2023 Russell Nichols