Learn about health, science, and moral concerns about genetically modified organisms. October 26, St. Stephen Presbyterian Church, Chatsworth.
A coalition of groups working on criminal justice reform has been running a signature campaign to try to move the LA County district attorney candidates their way.
LAUSD Candidate Forum – Tuesday, October 17th Meet the District 2 school board candidates, 3839 Selig Place, Los Angeles.
Join us this Sunday for a Forum to review the eleven propositions that will be voted on in November. Sunday, 14 October, 12:45 p.m.
Legal Issues, Remedies, and Strategies to Get the MoneyOut of Politics. All-day seminar at UCLA, Saturday, 17 November, UCLA School of Law.
Hear Carole Bartolott speak on reasons to support initiative requiring labeling of genetically modified foods. Saturday, October 20, in the San Fernando Valle7.
Kevin Swanwick: Overcome with emotion, it took me several minutes to compose myself enough to approach and offer this young man a smile and a “thank you.”
2012 California Proposition Forum – The ACLU So. California Westside Chapter invites you to a 2012 Initiatives Forum Saturday, October 6 in Santa Monica
Northeast Los Angeles “Pushing Forward With Obama” Gala Fundraiser. Sunday, September 23, 2 to 5 p.m., 1109 Oneata Drive, Mt. Washingtong (Los Angeles),
Will GOP Steal Election – That’s what Mimi Kennedy, Harvey Wasserman,Terrence McNally, Greg Palast, Brad Friedman. and other progressives will discuss at this information packed forum. All are welcome. RSVP required.
Gil Garcetti, who remarkably transitioned from 32 years of public service as a prosecutor (eight as L.A.’s District Attorney) to a second career as a distinguished artist-photographer, author and philanthropist, will be among the speakers at the September 23 “Pushing Forward With Obama” gala fundraiser in Mt Washington.
PNHP California’s Gala and Sarads Ceremnoty: Leaqrn to Salsa — Sunday, 23 September 2012
Attend a discussion of the 11 initiatives on California’s November ballot: Tuesday, September 25th, at 2 p.m.