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Protest Senseless Murder with Impunity Of Journalists In Mexico

Protest Senseless Murder with Impunity Of Journalists In Mexico “The Truth Is Not Killed By Killing Journalists” Protests have been launched in Los Angeles. A group of journalists from Asociación de Programadores en Español of KPFK, La Coordinadora Independencia, Inmigrantes Unidos en Resistencia and other organizations held a press conference in front of the Mexican…

One-man Play: Ingersoll Speaks

From June 1-25, LA  hosts the Hollywood Fringe. Thousands of performers present over 357 shows covering the whole spectrum of the arts. Here’s one: “INGERSOLL SPEAKS!” by Ernest Kearney THE GREATEST AMERICAN YOU’VE NEVER HEARD OF  “America don’t know to-day how proud she ought to be of lngersoll.” Walt Whitman Robert lngersoll (1833-1899) Civil War…

Trump Slashes Safety Net

Trump Budget Slashes Safety Net Cuts Food Stamps, Medicaid, SSI As C-L went to press, Trump released his budget proposal for 2018. Like his defeated revise of the current budget, it calls for cutting spending in many departments while increasing the military budget. The new spending plan proposes cuts that will deny food stamps in…

Ongoing Peace Vigils and Community Programs

Please notify changelinks2@gmail.com of changes, corrections and additions: Sun: Arlington West memorial with Vets for Peace on beach at Santa Monica pier. Help needed with early 4:30a set-up and late afternoon take-down. Michaelvfpla@outlook.com Arlington West Memorial with Veterans for Peace at Huntington Beach Pier on the first Sunday ea. month. http://www.lbapn.org/what-we-do RAC-LA Food Program (La Programa…

Chuck Anderson, Presente!

Chuck Anderson, Presente! by Michael Novick, Anti-Racist Action-Los Angeles Chuck Anderson, a long time volunteer with Change Links, a member of the Grassroots Community Radio Coalition (GCRC) and former local board member at Pacifica’s KPFK listener-sponsored free speech radio, passed away last month nearing 79 years of age after battling cancer. He is survived by…

May 2017 Calendar

Ongoing Activities: Thru Sat, May 20 (Thurs-Sat) , 11a-5p. Tanae Denean Eskridge, author and spoken word artist, is hosting an art exhibit entitled “FLASHLIGHT: Celebrating Black America in Children’s Literature” in conjunction with the release of her first children’s book Little Dell, at the Mayme Clayton Library., 4130 Overland Av, Culver City 90230. This fun…

Behind the US Attack on Syria

Behind the attack on Syria TRUMP AND THE PENTAGON By Fred Goldstein “You furnish the pictures. I’ll furnish the war.” Publisher William Randolph Hearst in 1898, preparing the groundwork for the U.S. war with Spain and seizure of Cuba. The Trump administration’s attack on the Syrian air force was first directed at Russia as well…

Sham “Police Reform” on May Ballot as Measure C

Sham Reform at Police Commission and on May Ballot by Michael Novick, Anti-Racist Action LA In the face of continuing and growing community outrage, led by Black Lives Matter, the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition, the LA Community Action Network and others, the LAPD has persisted in being most murderous police dept. in the country, backed…

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