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Segregation in the City of Angels: A 1939 Map of Housing Inequality in L.A.


Endorsed by New Deal-era federal housing policy, "redlining" encouraged housing inequality in US cities.

Justice Dept. seeking info, IDs on 1.3M visitors to protest website


That means that if you even visited, Jeff Sessions wants your information.

New Google algorithm restricts access to left-wing, progressive web sites


In the three months since Google implemented the changes to its search engine, fewer people have accessed left-wing and anti-war news sites. This is political censorship and constitutes an attack on free speech.

Tracking Twenty Years of Stockton Killings by Law Enforcement


This timeline mapping state violence in Stockton, CA was collectively generated as part of a larger ongoing convivial research effort to expose low intensity war across the Bay Area and state. The timeline was produced through a collaboration between the Center for Convivial Research and Autonomy (CCRA) and the efforts of families and grassroots groups in Stockton and beyond.

Garcetti Cronyism - Why and How to Ignore Your LA Dog License


LAPD Commission Vice President Steve Soboroff, is the city’s biggest known dog licensing scofflaw. Jayne Englander, wife of City Councilmember Mitch Englander, owes late fees.

Nation's Worst Meltdown Was In LA


July 1959: The nation's worst nuclear meltdown happened 20 miles from downtown LA.

As RV towing resumes in LA, officials say program won't 'target homeless'


As RV towing resumes in LA, officials say program won't 'target homeless'

Class War on the Waterfront: Longshore Workers Under Attack


ILWU Local 10 retired longshoreman Jack Heyman talks about technology and the danger of a proposed 8 year contract.

Limits to Growth Published Forty Years Ago


The MIT scholars under Dennis Meadows came to four core conclusions: 1) there are limits to economic growth on finite planet, 2) the economy and population are growing exponentially, 3) exceeding limits will lead to collapse and 4) collapse could be avoided by turning from growth

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