Topic First Person
In his first column for Knock LA, from Corcoran State Prison, Mwalimu Shakur (AKA Ajamu) describes the challenges of keeping in touch and the vital work of political education.
Read Jose Armendariz's account of being incarcerated in Orange County jail, where suicides are rampant and treatment is sparse.
“When someone shows you who they are, believe them.” —Maya Angelou
Theo Henderson of podcast 'We The Unhoused' says the legacy paper still needs to account for its gross editorial missteps.
After the establishment of laws like FOSTA-SESTA and SIESA and the rise of organizations like Exodus Cry, OnlyFans’ updated policies were a long time coming.
<<Las condiciones de trabajo habían empeorado y dudaba en volver a hacer este trabajo, pero era el único trabajo que era lo suficientemente flexible como para sacarme adelante>>
“The working conditions had worsened and I was hesitant to do this work again, but it was the only job that was flexible enough to get me by.”
A reminder of who anti-camping laws really affect and why 41.18 is not only unconstitutional, but inhumane.
The untold story of the Black communities that thrived in Santa Monica.
“Every time this kind of legislation passes, people like me and my partner face even more unnecessary cruelty than we already do.”