LA Progressive Live! hosts Dick and Sharon will join Victor Narro, author of A Call for Spirituality and Self-Care in the Social Justice Movement .
On the heels of the full release of Ferguson, Missouri, police department internal emails, Dick and Sharon will discuss the stresses associated with raising black children in America. We will interview Ishtyme Robinson, a mother who lost two children in two different confrontations with law enforcement officers.
une in Monday, March 30th, at 3 p.m. PST for the next installment of “LA Progressive LIVE!” You’ll find us streaming at www.laprogressive—and we’ll archive the 1-hour show. LA Progressive Live! is an extension of laprogressive.com an online social justice daily publication that covers issues mainstream media avoids. We are streaming from the studios of […]
A Conference inspired by Stephen Cullenberg’s Tenure as CHASS Dean, 2006-2014 University of California, Riverside 900 University Ave. Riverside, CA 92521 Thursday & Friday, April 2 & 3 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. his conference recognizes and pays tribute to the work of Stephen Cullenberg, the former Dean of UC Riverside’s College of Humanities, Arts, […]
LA Raise the Wage Campaign has kicked into high gear and there is no shortage of activities for the coming weeks. We hope to see everyone at the hearing on next Tuesday, March 24th at 1pm at City Hall to ensure that our city moves forward on a $15 minimum wage, wage theft enforcement and earned sick days.
LA Progressive Live! hosts Dick and Sharon will join Ellen Snortland, coauthor of “The Safety Godmothers Talk to Teens About Personal Safety from A-Z,” to discuss women’s issues. In particular, Ellen will talk about how parents can keep their daughters safe from violence, both physical and verbal, and how women of all ages can learn physical self-defense.