Join California Common Cause on the evening of April 15th as we celebrate some of democracy’s rock stars.
LA Raise the Wage Campaign has kicked into high gear and there is no shortage of activities for the coming weeks. We hope to see everyone at the hearing on next Tuesday, March 24th at 1pm at City Hall to ensure that our city moves forward on a $15 minimum wage, wage theft enforcement and earned sick days.
LA Progressive Live! hosts Dick and Sharon will join Ellen Snortland, coauthor of “The Safety Godmothers Talk to Teens About Personal Safety from A-Z,” to discuss women’s issues. In particular, Ellen will talk about how parents can keep their daughters safe from violence, both physical and verbal, and how women of all ages can learn physical self-defense.
The chapters of the ACLU of Southern California present Women’s Rights Forum: How incarcerated women lose their rights as caregivers and care recipients.
Hosts Sharon Kyle and Dick Price discuss LA’s sparsely attended primary election last week, the historic 50th anniversary march in Selma, and the DOJ’s just released Ferguson report.
Joining us will be Vito Triglia, a Political Coordinator for SEIU 721, one of the largest public sector unions in the country with over 85,000 members throughout Southern California, who is now deep into making the LA Raise The Wage campaign succeed.
LA Progressive Live! hosts Dick and Sharon will discuss the upcoming Los Angeles Municipal Elections and the political scene in California with Senator Barbara Boxer retiring. Joining us will be progressive political commentator Brad Parker.
Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream he LA Progressive is streaming live!! Don’t miss its weekly broadcast—devoted to progressive politics and social justice. Tune in today, Monday, February 16th, at 3 p.m. PST right here for the next installment of “LA Progressive LIVE!” You’ll find us streaming at www.laprogressive.com—and we’ll archive the 1-hour show. LA Progressive […]
The Powell Memo: LA Progressive Live show focused on text of “The Powell Memo”. The memo, in its entirety, can be read in this post
Radical economist Richard Wolff comes to Occidental College this Tuesday, 10 February, at 7 p.m.
Your hosts Dick and Sharon will examine the increasing presence of police surveillance in our communities and the threat of even more as technologies advance.
Joining us will be Melina Abudullah, a central figure in the Black Lives Matter Movement, along with former Black Panthers Harold Taylor and Hank Jones.
Join our spirited funeral march and rally to overturn the disastrous “Citizens United” decision – allowing corporate special interests to spend billions to buy our DEMOCRACY.