Police departments across the nation are deploying evermore sophisticated technologies to track the activities of the citizens they are charged with protecting.
Past events in the progressive communities of Southern California
Mark one full year of mass resistance to the Trump regime’s efforts to roll back civil and human rights across the board in the interests of racism and corporate power!
To protest the continued existence of this infamous detention center, Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace (ICUJP) will hold its seventh annual Close Guantanamo protest in front of the Downtown Los Angeles Federal Building at 300 N. Los Angeles St. (90012) on Thursday, January 11, 2018, the 16th anniversary of the opening of Guantanamo.
The World Premiere of the new Trump-Stole-It post-election edition of Greg Palast’s hit film, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy—The Case of the Stolen Election at the Left Coast Forum.
No Muslim Ban Ever
This November, in partnership with our friends at the Left Forum, the LA Progressive will be hosting the first ever Left Coast Forum in Los Angeles.
Kevin B. Anderson: A new stage of imperialist degeneracy, itself rooted in the political and economic crisis of U.S. capitalism, lies behind Trump’s threat of nuclear genocide against North Korea and his moves toward war with Iran.
Now we need Cedillo and the rest of the City Council to back up their words with action. And we have a chance to do this when he attends a Sanctuary Town Hall on Thursday October 5:
Occidental College Media Arts & Culture Cinemathèque Series presents a free screening of “NO” (2012)
s a legal scholar Rohde will dissect the Israel Anti-Boycott Act (S-720 & HR-1697) now moving through Congress, with support from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
Join us for a vital discussion on how people living in California can resist and move forward against current threats to our democracy.
It’s all-hands-on-deck to keep the pressure on target Senators to vote against the Motion to Proceed and any bill that would strip 22 to 32 million people of their healthcare coverage.