Greater Pasadena Affordable Housing Group presents “Pasadena Mayoral Candidates Forum on Economic Justice”
Past events in the progressive communities of Southern California
Let’s Raise The Wage: Los Angeles is standing up to raise the minimum wage. Rally: Friday, January 30th, at LA City Hall.
he Cooler Bandits is a coming of age story of sorts. The film follows the lives of four boys — Frankie, Donovan, Charlie and Poochie — who became men behind bars. In 1991, not understanding the full consequences of their actions, the teens made the poor decision to engage in a series of restaurant robberies in […]
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.
Violence in the Black Community: The Complexity of Violence Towards Us and By Us. Tuesday, 20 January, 7 p.m. Pasadena’s Jackie Robinson Center
Violence in the Black Community is a discussion that will be held on Tuesday, January 20, 2015. The panelists, Phillip Sanchez, Pasadena Chief of Police Sharon Kyle, Law Professor and Publisher of LA Progressive Martin Gordon, Chair, Pasadena Community Coalition Fernanco Rejon, Deputy Director of Urban Peace
If you think that torture, that violence against women and attacks on women’s rights, that attacks on immigrants and the pillaging of the environment of the planet, that U.S. wars for empire and attacks on people for who they love and how they love and more must be stopped; join us in the streets on New Year’s Eve.
The Best of LA’s Businesses, Nonprofits @ Government Agencies Serving the Immigrant Community
oin us THIS Friday, Nov. 14th, 2014, at 7:30 a.m., as this forum features a discussion on cultural identity and complexion conflict in African American culture. Our Newsmaker will be: Actor, Director, Producer, Author Bill Duke This forum will focus on a more than 200-year-old debate on how Eurocentricity impacts American social constructions of race and beauty in African […]
At our November 18th forum, three deeply experienced Los Angeles journalists will discuss the impact government suppression is having on their ability to provide the accurate, in-depth coverage so necessary to a free society.
Peter Laarman: Prominent area political leaders will headline a special event to be held at Holman United Methodist Church on the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 25—just ten days before the Nov. 4 general election.
peakers will address wrongful detention, deplorable conditions and the pervasive use of solitary confinement as well as the upcoming $45 million expansion of the Adelanto Detention Center.
This forum will focus on how American culture has been complicit in the perversion of police abuse and domestic violence in the 21st Century. Recent events in Ferguson, Missouri (and other cities, including Los Angeles) and the National Football League, has pushed these issues right in our face and forced us-as a society-to confront these LONG TIME social realities.