Participate in a presentation and discussion on DACA about two recent court hearings. Learn what you can do to defend the critical DAPA and DACA programs.
Past events in the progressive communities of Southern California
Nurses speak out about patient advocacy and organizing efforts at Huntington Memorial Hospital — Sunday, July 26.
Clarissa Woo Hermosillo: The free event will feature a keynote address by California Calls President Anthony Thigpenn, storytelling and action around this critical campaign.
Join press conference and rally to defend the Deferred Action for Chilhood Arrivals and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans Programs
The ACLU of Southern California Pasadena/Foothills Chapter and the Pasadena Area League of Women Voters present “Closing Prop 13 Commercial Property Tax Loopholes”
The event is a part of the Statewide Coordinated Actions to End Solitary Confinement, a call by prisoners in solitary to their supporters outside to STOP THE TORTURE with events on the 23rd of each month, signifying the number of hours prisoners are kept in solitary.
Shields for Families-Jericho Vocational Services Center, 3221 No. Alameda, Compton. In partnership with the Compton’s Mayor’s Office.
Join us for a special “INVITATION ONLY” forum address to Los Angeles’ communities of color and its Civic, Ecumenical and Community leadership on Wednesday, June 17, 2015, at 7:30 a.m.
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.
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.