Hear from community activist who have directly experienced growing up in foster care. Panelist will share the racial impacts that occurred within their time in foster care as well.
Past events in the progressive communities of Southern California
Lauren Steiner: Organizations representing labor, the environment, human rights, the internet, immigrants and food safety will be holding a press conference and rally to ask Clinton to come out unequivocally in opposition to the fast tracking of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
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.
A discussion with professors from the Latino/a and Latin American Studies Department will follow.
Jen Suh: This historic election (the first in Huntington’s 123-year history) is the culmination of nearly a year of organizing, primarily to restore quality patient care at Huntington. Nurses have faced harassment, intimidation, threats and surveillance to get to this point, and we want to offer our thanks and encouragement to them as they head into the election.
Miguel Paredes: The May Day coalition is requesting a commitment from organizations and agencies like yours in the City of Los Angeles to participate in the free May Day Resource Fair for all community members.
Comcast is expected to stack the hearing with corporate cronies who will comment in support of the merger.
610+ people have been killed by Los Angeles County Law Enforcement since the year 2000.
A Conference inspired by Stephen Cullenberg’s Tenure as CHASS Dean, 2006-2014 University of California, Riverside 900 University Ave. Riverside, CA 92521 Thursday & Friday, April 2 & 3 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. his conference recognizes and pays tribute to the work of Stephen Cullenberg, the former Dean of UC Riverside’s College of Humanities, Arts, […]
A panel discussion on female gang diversion featuring a short fill presentation of “Gang Girl: A Mother’s Journey to Save Her Daughter.”
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.
The chapters of the ACLU of Southern California present Women’s Rights Forum: How incarcerated women lose their rights as caregivers and care recipients.