The untold story of the Black communities that thrived in Santa Monica.
It’s easier than ever for privileged folx to start sex work for clout, often at the expense of marginalized sex workers.
A brief primer on O’Farrell and how the Echo Park gentrification endgame has been building for decades.
At Anti-Asian American Violence Rally, activists share the importance of Black and brown solidarity in the fight to defund the police.
Even as tenants die of COVID-19 or related illnesses, the harassment continues from management. But so does the struggle by the tenants.
Black and immigrant communities in Los Angeles have been denied justice for decades. Gentrification may be the last straw.
Yucca-Argyle Tenants Association continues their years-long fight for Universal Right of Return for all tenants citywide.
Landlords push working-class tenants out of their homes with little promise of affordable housing
The Hawthorne Abolition Alliance asks, wouldn’t it be nice if we weren’t persecuted in our own city?
A story about the African-American history of the Ghetto by the beach.