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Inside UCLA Student Workers’ Fight for a Truly Public UniversityNearly 50 years in the making, the Los Angeles labor effort aims to rebuild better public education for all.
Student Workers on Strike at UCLAThousands of academic workers at UCLA are entering their third week on strike, joining 48,000 UC students statewide in the largest public university strike in US history.
Journalists Have Filed a Lawsuit to Obtain LAPD Body-Worn Camera Footage of a 2020 ShootingThe lawsuit alleges the department is withholding footage of the June 3, 2020, shooting of Jermaine Welch and misrepresenting reality in critical incident videos.
LAPD’s Commission Rules on the Killing of Valentina Orellana Peralta and Daniel Elena LopezThe Los Angeles Police Commission ruled that William Dorsey Jones Jr acted out of policy when he shot and killed 14-year-old Valentina Orellana Peralta and 24-year-old Daniel Elena Lopez.
Ballot Curing Could Flip Key Races in LA Elections: An ExplainerHere’s how the ballot curing process works — and how it could be the make-or-break factor in close key elections across the state.
Red Cup Rebellion: Striking Starbucks Workers Shut Down Two Los Angeles StoresLittle Tokyo and Cypress Park workers join global action to demand Starbucks stop union-busting and start negotiating a fair contract.
Fast Food Workers Strike to Protect Hard-Won Labor Law from Corporate AttacksWorkers fought for a law giving them a seat at the table. Now they say corporations are trying to trick voters into repealing the law.
Police Oversight Established in Santa AnaThe Santa Ana City Council voted to establish a resident-led commission to review police misconduct.