Confronting Progressive Politics — An alliance of progressive voters across racial lines would be a political force to be reckoned with but a vacuum exists between social movements and electoral politics.
Past events in the progressive communities of Southern California
This month’s ACLU panel will discuss legal and financial issues affecting racial minorities and the poor, and how their non-profits are fighting against these blatant injustices.
Fighting For Our Lives! March for our families, jobs, and future. 12 PM @Olumpic + Figureroa, DTLA
This May, make your voice heard. Join us in Los Angeles to call on our leaders to take a stand against Big Oil. Mark your calendar, RSVP and join us in May to be a part of this historic march to move L.A. toward a better future.
Connect with like-minded advocates, activists, and leaders at our first inaugural mixer for up and coming advocates: Creating Networks, Empowering Communities. Mixer will be held at the Justice Urban Tavern in Downtown LA (120 S Los, Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012).
We stand with our students and communities to fight racism and police violence! Teachers, Students and Parents Unite!
The discussion panel will include members from UTLA, Black Lives Matter Movement, community organizations, students, and parents.
Featuring Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, Isadore Hall, and Jimmy Gomez, with a presidential primary roundtable that will include Dick & Sharon standing up for Bernie Sanders.
Join us for the first Urban Issues Forum of 2016 with Michael Eric Dyson on next Friday, February 25th, 2016, at 7:30 a.m.,
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom sponsors event at Taix Restaurant on Saturday, March 12th.
Please join us for this unique opportunity where we will be discussing activism with #BlackLivesMatter AND the Black Panthers. We are lucky enough to have Melina Abdullah and Sekou Abdullah Odinga joining us, so you do NOT want to miss out on this event!
Join the Department of Pan-African Studies as we host a conversation about the Black liberation movement and Black political prisoners with Black Panther Party members Sekou Odinga and Hank Jones.
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