"Since the beginning of this year, parishioners at St. Madeleine Church in Pomona have worked with fellow members of the community-based One L.A. to oppose the proposed Ninth Street Pomona Valley Waste Transfer Station. On Aug. 13, about 50 people,” comprised primarily of St. Madeline parishioners along with representatives from other local Christian churches and the Association of Pomona Teachers, "hit the sidewalks to rally support for their cause..."
St. Madeleine Rallies Against Pomona Waste Transfer Station, The Tidings: Southern California's Catholic WeeklyRead more
Pacoima Couple Accuses JP Morgan Chase of Illegally Foreclosing on Their Home, Daily News of Los AngelesRead more
Other articles documenting One LA's work on health
"Waste Station Not Right for Pomona Neighborhood." Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
by Doris Benavides, "Interfaith Assembly Stresses Need for Affordable Healthcare," The TidingsRead more