Join us for a vital discussion on how people living in California can resist and move forward against current threats to our democracy.
Emma Jane Black: The theme of the night was not only fear-mongering about Russia, but also the fact that District 48 Congressional Representative Dana Rohrabacher had not hosted an in-person town hall within his district.
It’s all-hands-on-deck to keep the pressure on target Senators to vote against the Motion to Proceed and any bill that would strip 22 to 32 million people of their healthcare coverage.
The spirit is there – and it’s time for us all to reconnect with it, and with each other. The Local Station Board is hosting a Summer Celebration and Town Hall.
Bureaucrats, in this case both administration and full time faculty simply doing their job as specialists, increasingly lose their appreciation for a need to connect specializations into a whole, which is more than the sum of its parts.
California State Senator Dr. Ed Hernandez, OD: The intent of the AHCA is not to fix the Affordable Care Act or to make life better for those who need it the most. It’s to help the wealthy friends of GOP politicians. We can’t let it happen.
Judith Lewis Mernit: The Under2 Coalition may be California’s most significant contribution to climate mitigation since 2006, when then-Assemblymember Fran Pavley, successfully pioneered legislation to control climate-forcing pollutants.
Third parties will almost never have a candidate on the general election ballot. Don’t like the two who make it to the general election? Too bad; you will have no alternatives.
Exagoge: Theatre Dybbuk & SIJCC Present Staged Reading to benefit the ACLU of Southern California, May 18th.
What matters right now is what masses of people do: acting together with determination and creativity, expressing outrage and anger, taking to the streets with the spirit of no business as usual and demanding that this regime be driven from power.
Low-income drivers in over-policed black and Latino communities are in harm’s way of such punitive traffic fees and fines — and are at risk of losing their licenses, vehicles and jobs.
The City of West Hollywood welcomes participants who want to effectively launch and partake in an advocacy initiative and activism. Attendees can cultivate their leadership skills to change the world!
We invite you to join us in our Thursday, May 25th celebration of extraordinary Giants of Justice, people of conscience who have shaped this Movement of Morality and empowered phenomenal wins for working people and their families