Voices Radio: Eric and Channing dig deeper into Ava DuVernay’s powerful film When They See Us, in this second edition.

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, in light of this deeper examination of Ava DuVernay's powerful documentary of the Central Park 5 case, When They See Us, Voices From the Frontlines and the Labor Community Strategy Center has...

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From White Anti-Racism to Modern Day “Slave Owner”: Maria Gitin’s New Book and Donald Sterling’s Racism

In this interview Eric speaks with Maria Gitin about her new book This Bright Light of Ours: Stories from the Voting Rights Fight . Then Eric will comment and take call-ins on LA Clippers owner ...

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Measure J equals gentrification, racism, and pollution with public funds

By Sunyoung Yang and Eric Mann Published on 10/30/12 in the Daily News Los Angeles MEASURE J is the latest version of gentrification, racism, and environmental pollution packaged as urban progress. It is Mayor Villaraigosa's swan song for L.A. as he moves...

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The Fight for the Soul of Los Angeles

In Los Angeles this November 6, on the same ballot as the presidential election, is a racist, gentrifying, sales tax initiated by the Los Angeles MTA and the Move LA Coalition—Measure J. This ½ cent sales tax is an...

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