Paulina Gonzalez: What if Occupy locked arms with community groups and announced its refusal to move unless the city extends and agrees to enforce the moratorium on the eviction of tenants in bank-controlled foreclosed properties?
Glenda Hooker, an extraordinary doll artist, will be exhibiting her collection of miniature vignettes depicting events and significant icons of Black American History. Her traveling museum will be on display: March 7, Sunday 11:00-2:00 301 N. Orangegrove, Pasadena, CA For 30 years Ms. Hooker’s pieces have been displayed at miniature shows across the United States [...]
I don’t know if you have to experience discrimination first hand in order to be able to see it, but I do know that I learned a lot standing on that corner with my uncle in a wheelchair 20 years ago. For that reason, I have hope that maybe the Civil Rights Division under the Obama administration will do what it has often failed to do in the past – provide a line of defense for this country’s most vulnerable people.
With all of the talk of Peak Oil and rising gas prices, combined with one of the highest unemployment rates in years, we are going to have to do some things differently. One of those different things is living closer to where we work. That sounds simple. It was simple for me: Childless, healthy, with [...]