After a series of brutal deaths resulting from encounters with police, protesters took to the streets of LA.
How did Richard Stellar and the Man/Kind Project get BLM-LA and LAPD to the table for their first and only joint panel? Easy: they didn’t.
The survey found nearly two-thirds support for redirecting LAPD money towards local programs.
The LAPD continues to brutalize and attack protesters while disseminating misinformation to major media outlets.
An editorial perspective from the members of White People 4 Black Lives.
On November 7, a coalition of progressive organizations came together in Los Angeles to deliver a simple, powerful message: we’re not done.
During their weekly protest at the Hall of Justice, Black Lives Matter made it clear they’re prepared to hold George Gascón accountable.
The Hawthorne Abolition Alliance asks, wouldn’t it be nice if we weren’t persecuted in our own city?
What does reform mean to the candidates? Not much, in Lacey’s case.
There is rarely a situation where a cop requires handcuffs or a gun. So why do we let armed police handle everything?