Revolutionary History Then and Now

Tuesday, March 7, 2015 3PM PST:  Revolutionary History Then and Now The 1967 Black Rebellion in Newark- "It Was Like A Happening" Film Review: Jackie—The False Promise of the Kennedys LA City Elections—The False Promise of Garcetti Welcome to our new time slot  Now on Tuesdays...

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EVENT: Strategy and Soul Revolutionary Opening October 8th 2016 @6pm

Strategy and Soul Revolutionary Opening Saturday October 8th, 2016 @6pm 3546 W Martin Luther King Blvd. L.A. C.A. 90008 Powered By  Labor Community Strategy Center  213-387-2800 Reconstructing L.A. and U.S. Cities from the Bottom Up  Dear Sisters, Brothers, Comrades, We are excited to invite you to the Revolutionary...

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Dignity in Schools Campaign and The Strategy Center Demand an End to the 1033 Program

Dignity in Schools Campaign Meeting with Department of Justice This week on Voices From the Frontlines Eric hosts a conversation with Manuel Criollo, and Channing Martinez, about The Strategy Center's recent delegation to Washington D.C. to meet with the Department of...

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From LA Unified School District to Ferguson

Today on Voices from the Frontlines co-host Manuel Criollo will be speaking with Janel George of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Ashley Franklin of the Community Rights Campaign and Montague Simmons of Organization...

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From Los Angeles to Ferguson, Ferguson to New York, Confronting Nationwide Police Violence

Today guest host Manuel Criollo will be talking about police violence from Los Angeles to Ferguson. We are joined by local organizers and friends of Ezell Ford– Kim McGill and Tanisha Denard of the Youth Justice Coalition. ...

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Mississippi Freedom Summer Report Back with Manuel Criollo

Manuel Criollo and several members of The Labor Community Strategy Center recently joined hundreds of civil rights veterans, activists, and organizers at the Mississippi Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary in Jackson Mississippi. The conference was...

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