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?
A brief primer on O’Farrell and how the Echo Park gentrification endgame has been building for decades.
Over a year into the pandemic, the most vulnerable population in Los Angeles County are still left to fend for themselves.
In Los Angeles, police helicopters are not reserved for emergencies, but are a routine part of police surveillance.
Alex Villanueva, Daryl Gates, and the police’s battle for narrative control.
At Anti-Asian American Violence Rally, activists share the importance of Black and brown solidarity in the fight to defund the police.
And even if they do, will it make a difference?
A new study by Strategic Actions for a Just Economy links corporate ownership to faster neighborhood rent increases.
An in-depth look at Aliso Canyon Gas Facility and the failure of government at every level to ensure our safety.
New details emerge on the LA Olympic security plan, and they bode ill for the city’s most vulnerable communties.