Come join us, and add your voice! LA City Council is asking the public to come forward and tell them how background checks keep us from getting a job or housing.
Past events in the progressive communities of Southern California
Join us on June 2nd, the evening before the June 3rd elections to voice to all the candidates running for Sheriff and County Board of Supervisors, that A NEW DAY HAS COME!
Peter Harris: The Black Man of Happiness: In Pursuit of My ‘Unalienable Right’ is a jazzy journal & unprecedented meditation that ranges in scope from Thomas Jefferson’s era to the Digital Age in search of the answer to the simple, startling question, What is a happy Black man?
How Soultrain Shaped Social Norms in America: Author Nelson George discusses his book “The Hippest Trip in Amerca”
California March for Democracy: Join us at 10am on Saturday, May 17th at Los Angeles City Hall to launch the California March for Democracy
Cornel West at Cal State LA: Dr. Cornel West will be speaking at the upcoming 7th Annual Pan-African Studies Forum at Cal State LA
It’s time: Relief to keep families together and justice for low wage workers are way overdue.
What Is Civilian Oversight of Pasadena’s Police Department and the LA County Sheriff’s Department? May 13th, 7 p.m., Neighborhood Church, Pasadena.
Tuesday, April 29, 5:30 p.m. Staples Center – Corner of Figueroa and Pico, Downtown Los Angeles. Activists will call on the public to boycott the L.A. Clippers and ask Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and the Los Angeles City Council to denounce Sterling’s comments.
Bridges to Understanding: Neighborhood Church, 301 No. Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena. “Muslims Need Not Apply”
Center for Inquiry Los Angeles, October 11-12, 2014. Featured speakers: Mercedes D.G. Forbes, Sikivu Hutchinson, Meredith Moise, Anthony Pinn, Raina Rhoades, Kimbery Veal, and Donald Wright
The 28th Amendment National Roadshow blasts off with Cenk Uygur and feature film preview at UCLA School of Law on April 26th.
“All-In Nation: An America That Works for All” describes how strong communities of color are critical to America’s economic future and lays out a comprehensive policy agenda to build an equitable economy where everyone, including fast-growing communities of color, can participate and thrive.