The untold story of the Black communities that thrived in Santa Monica.
The LASD has apparently acquired 2,000 custody beds in Downtown LA and plans to sweep the boardwalk in preparation for July 4.
Officials across multiple agencies can’t explain why a portion of the park remains closed, but it’s a part of an alarming citywide trend of restricting public spaces.
How Senator Allen’s SB-83 favors the wealthy and passed the senate
Across Los Angeles, unhoused Angelenos are being forced out of their communities in the name of preserving public space for “all citizens” — but who does that really include?
Citing deputy gangs in the LASD, the party that endorsed Villanueva in 2018 is now asking for his removal.
More experienced workers are worried about how SISEA could lead to further gentrification in sex work.
It’s easier than ever for privileged folx to start sex work for clout, often at the expense of marginalized sex workers.
Survival sex workers already have too few avenues to pursue safe work.
The Section 230 amendment was meant to reduce human trafficking. Instead, it stripped agency and safety from sex workers.