If you talk to the police, you’ll get deported. You will never see your child again. Those are pretty common lines that immigrants — especially women — hear from abusers.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 22, 2017 Media contact: ACLU SoCal Communications & Media Advocacy, 213.977.5252, firstname.lastname@example.org ACLU Statement on L.A. Mayor’s Executive Actions Protecting Immigrant Communities The following statement was made by Hector Villagra, executive director of the ACLU of Southern California, in regards to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s executive actions signed yesterday, protecting immigrant […]
Alexandra Rosenmann: Feinstein explained that Gorsuch is no “reasonable mainstream conservative,” but rather a deeply disconcerting “originalist.” But that isn’t the only worry Democrats should have about him.
Dick Price and Sharon Kyle founded and on a daily basis publish the LA Progressive, a reputable and widely-read online news source that has provided considerable insight into social and political developments for the last nine years.
Under the glare of daylight, it is becoming apparent that intelligence agencies have overreached themselves by engaging in a conflict with the Executive Office.
On Thursday March 23, 2017 at 12pm, St. John’s urges you to #SaveObamacare along with labor, health, faith, and community partners in downtown Los Angeles.
Conway went from being a powerful woman to a laughing stock after being called out for her repeated lies. She’s no longer a regular on the daily news shows due to her lack of credibility.
At the rally, Trump said, “This was a watered down version of the first one. This is a watered down version. And let me tell you something, I think we ought to go back to the first one and go all the way.”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 15, 2017 Media contact: ACLU SoCal Communications & Media Advocacy, 213.977.5252, email@example.com ACLU SoCal Statement on Jury Verdict in Trial of Former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca The jury’s decision to convict Lee Baca for obstructing an FBI investigation into widespread abuse of jail inmates was yet another acknowledgment that for many years our county jail […]
Sydney Robinson: In a town of just 400 people – average Americans, most of which are low-income – three separate pharmaceutical companies sent 4,194,000 opiate pills for distribution.
San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center, 18312 Oxnard Street, Tarzana, at 12:30.
John M. Eason: The election of Donald Trump signals an end to the recent optimism about reducing the mass imprisonment of two million U.S. citizens each year.
Sydney Robinson: This week, sources report that former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is mulling the idea of running for political office once again, this time with the near-sole intention of antagonizing President Trump.