Toward Saner Approaches That Treat Communities More Humanely While Saving Taxpayers Money
Dick Price & Sharon Kyle: Last night, a crowd of more than 300 community members packed the cavernous sanctuary of Holman United Methodist Church, a major black church in the heart of black South Los Angeles, to hear—or to confront—LA’s Mayor Eric Garcetti.
The ACLU of Southern California Pasadena/Foothills Chapter and the Pasadena Area League of Women Voters present “Closing Prop 13 Commercial Property Tax Loopholes”
LA Progressive Live! hosts Dick and Sharon will join Mario Solis-Marich, radio host, political commentator, and political campaign consultant.
At this month’s forum, we have three experts who can help us better understand the dynamics involved in police interactions with black and brown communities, from law enforcement, legal, activist, and victim family perspectives.
With your help, we plan to bring aboard paid interns to better cover breaking news as they learn to run an online publications empire. (Okay, LA Progressive is more of a municipality than an empire, but you get the point.)
LA Progressive Live! hosts Dick and Sharon will join Miguel Paredes, Membership Coordinator at Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA), who’s deeply organizing the big “One May Day, No Justice Delayed” march
Tax Day this year had special meaning for us. Common Cause of California recognized us with their “Local Activists of the Year” award, presented at a glorious ceremony at the Skirball Cultural Center.
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 .
Patrisse Cullors — founding member of Black Lives Matter, leader of Coalition to End Sheriff Violence in Los Angeles, sparkplug for Dignity & Power Now, artist, actress, activist extraordinaire — joins us this Monday.
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.
LA Progressive is proud to present a collection of articles from incarcerated men who were arrested as juveniles, yet tried and sentenced as adults. In light of recent legislation, some of them will be given a second chance through the possibility of early parole.
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