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Canal Alliance board member works to help immigrants break down barriers

Posted: December 29, 2021

Canal alliance board member works to help immigrants break down barriers


Bay Area study: Pandemic aid Kept needy afloat

Posted: December 26, 2021

Pandemic aid kept needy afloat.


Redistricting Based On Census Data May Give Latinos In Marin County More Political Clout

Posted: December 20, 2021

Latino Clout in Marin County from redistricting


Marin adopts redistricting map that bolsters Latino bloc

Posted: December 19, 2021

Final NDC Map of the Canal District.

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Newly trained Marin County construction students are ready for hire

Posted: December 10, 2021

the College of Marin, In Partnership with Canal Alliance and the Marin builders association will graduate 18 students with construction skills.

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New map of Marin supervisorial districts boosts Latino concentration

Posted: December 8, 2021

New map of Marin Supervisorial districts boosts Latino concentration.


ABC7’s Day of Giving at Canal Alliance

Posted: December 7, 2021

Watch ABC7’s coverage on the hard work Canal Alliance has been up to over the pandemic.


College of Marin Trades program prepares more grads

Posted: December 4, 2021

College of Marin and Canal Alliance form a partnership with the Marin Builders Association.



Marin, Sonoma nonprofits get $500k in grants for COVID response in vulnerable communities

Posted: December 2, 2021

Canal Alliance is among two non profits to receive funding to support pilot projects between health departments to rapidly scale up COVID-19 prevention and vaccination, especially in refugee, immigrant and migrant communities.

Oscar Humberto was reluctant to be vaccinated but found a dose easily once he was ready.(Alan Greenblatt/Governing)


How One County Convinced Nearly All Its Residents to Get Vaccinated

Posted: November 29, 2021

Before the pandemic, Marin County had the lowest vaccination rates in California. Now, more than 90 percent of its adults are protected against COVID-19.

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