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Posted on 01 September 2014

L.A. activists, including members of John’s family and others who have worked on Change-Links over the years have come together to carry on the paper. Details on how you can get involved … Continue Reading

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September 2014 Calendar

Posted on 01 September 2014

Change Links Community Calendar for September 2014. Continue Reading

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Labor, News, Paul Krehbiel

Workers in L.A. and U.S. are Fighting Back

Posted on 01 September 2014

By Paul Krehbiel Workers in Southern California and across the country are fighting to defend their wages, standard of living and rights against the three-decade-long corporate assault on working people and our unions.  The giant corporations are unrelenting, but we’re fighting back. Technical and professional workers at Boeing in southern California have just won a […] Continue Reading

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William Blum

Cold War Two: Do you think any American official is going to tell you the truth?

Posted on 31 August 2014

by William Blum During Cold War One those of us in the left were often placed in the position where we had to defend the Soviet Union because the US government was using that country as a battering ram against us. Now we sometimes have to defend Russia because it may be the last best […] Continue Reading

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Human Rights, Michael Novick, Surveillance

One Struggle, Many Fronts: Boycott HP!

Posted on 29 August 2014

by Michael Novick, Anti-Racist Action-L.A. As this issue of Change-Links was going to press, daily demonstrations were taking place in LA against police murders and against the massacres in Gaza. Increasingly, people are linking the two causes, recognizing that we live in a seamless empire where the same tear gas projectiles are used in Ferguson […] Continue Reading

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Education, Neil Chertcoff

Let’s Turn The Tide at LAUSD and UTLA!

Posted on 29 August 2014

By Neil Chertcoff Education Activist – neil1947@sbcglobal.net The education of hundreds of thousands of students and the livelihoods of tens of thousands of educators and support personnel are on the line in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). Years of budget cuts and corrupt sell-offs of ‘public’ property, along with LAUSD and UTLA cave-ins […] Continue Reading

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Mumia Abu-Jamal, News

Night of Pain – Night of Rage

Posted on 29 August 2014

(column written 8/11/14) © 2014 Mumia Abu-Jamal Once again, a Black unarmed youth has been killed by a cop. And while the facts surrounding the shooting are presently unclear, what is clear is that a cop shot 18-year-old Michael Brown 8 times. According to at least one eyewitness, Brown was shot as he stood with his […] Continue Reading

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Ecology, Energy, Environment, Kent Minault

Renewables and Recovery

Posted on 29 August 2014

By Kent Minault I want to talk here about the work being done by labor activists and environmentalists. Environmentalists are getting more and more concerned about job creation, and labor unions are looking more and more toward solar energy and mandated efficiency programs to keep their members working. This convergence of interests is creating policy […] Continue Reading

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Alex Caputo-Pearl, Arlene Inouye, Betty Forrester, Cecily Myart-Cruz, Colleen Schwab, Daniel Barnhart, Education, Juan Ramirez, News

Be Part of the Team for the Schools – LA Students Deserve Campaign

Posted on 29 August 2014

by Alex Caputo-Pearl UTLA Pres. acaputopearl@utla.net, Betty Forrester UTLA/AFT VP bforrester@utla.net, Colleen Schwab Secondary VP cschwab@utla.net, Daniel Barnhart Secretary daniel.barnhart@utla.net, Cecily Myart-Cruz UTLA/NEA VP cmyartcruz@utla.net, Juan Ramirez Elementary VP jramirez@utla.net, Arlene Inouye Treasurer ainouye@utla.net We’re very encouraged by the confidence the membership expressed in us and the dynamism and collective resolve we’ve seen in the […] Continue Reading

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Dancing Owl, Film Reviews

Capsule Reviews by Dancing Owl, AKA Chas. Fredricks

Posted on 29 August 2014

FILMS-upcoming, in current release or worthy of catching on the rebound: Mission Blue: Gripping documentary about humanity’s global destruction of our oceans, and the effort to stop it. Dolphin Tale 2: In this PR counterattack by the aquarium industry, we get to feel cute and cuddly while imprisoning an animal that has a bigger brain […] Continue Reading

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