Thought-provoking economist Richard Wolff returns to Los Angeles to discuss the mounting global turmoil as capitalism relocates from old centers in Western Europe, North America, and Japan to new ones in China, Brazil, India and elsewhere in what used to be called the Third World. Richard Wolff Occidental
Past events in the progressive communities of Southern California
Huntington Memorial nurses will hold a press conference on Thursday to celebrate the NLRB decision and discuss next steps in their efforts to improve the quality of patient care and form a union at the hospital.
Imagining Alternatives: Progressive Economics and Social Movements, Saturday, February 6, Occidental College.
Anthony Samad: Join us for our Next Urban Issues Forum on THIS FRIDAY, November 20th, 2015, at 7:30 a.m., as this forum will be a serious discussion about the rise of advocacy and activism among Millennials.
March with Pasadena workers and their organizations to raise the wage to $15, abolish wage theft, and establish worker justice in our city.
Eric Mann analyzes United Nations Climate Change Conference
Toward Saner Approaches That Treat Communities More Humanely While Saving Taxpayers Money
Tom Donnelly: The Southern California chapter of the ACLU will honor “Scandal” star Kerry Washington and guitarist Tom Morello this year for its annual Bill of Rights Awards Dinner.
Saturday November 21, 20151 p.m. – 4 p.m. Antioch University, Los Angeles, 400 Corporate Pointe, Rm: A1000, Culver City, CA 90230 Community Justice Panel of people directly affected by the criminal justice system and working to dismantle the carceral state. Representatives from: A New Way of Life • California Families Against Solitary Confinement • Californians United […]
Lost Compassion,” an important documentary, five years in the making, dealing with the highly controversial, complex Mitrice Richardson case has just been accepted into the Malibu International Film Festival, running from December 4 to December 10, 2015.
At a moment in the nation’s history when critical criminal justice reforms stir the air, the event will serve as a public platform to address many of the challenges confronting America today, from over-policing and gender violence to immigrant detention and mass incarceration.
Broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien will visit the Occidental campus on Thursday, October 15 with “I AM LATINO IN AMERICA,” a national tour of conversations aimed at amplifying the Latino voice on critical community issues.