Various Dates & Archived Media (contact them for more info):
ACLU OC. <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Airport Pollution: Concerned Residents Against Airport Pollution (CRAAP). Calendar on website: < email@example.com>, click on Coming Events. <jetairpollution.com>.
Alternative Radio (web/radio): Weekly series. Guests like Medea Benjamin, Noam Chomsky, Angela Davis, Chris Hedges, Howard Zinn. Archived downloads by fee or subscription. <alternativeradio.org>.
AlterNet (articles &c): Progressive website. <alternet.org>.
Animal Assistance for Radicals. Project Quinn. From the Folks ar F@@ (Free Association of Anarchists). <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>. <facebook.com/projectquinn>.
Art Walks: List of LA Regional Art Walks. <discoverlosangeles.com/blog/los-angeles-art-walks>.
Beyond Baroque: Long running arts and poetry venue with numerous events. 681 Venice Blvd., Venice. 310.822.3006. <firstname.lastname@example.org>. <beyondbaroque.org>. BB & other arts/non-profit venues remain at risk due to fiscal austerity. Even if a venue seems safe, this can change rapidly due to economic & political mandates. Continuing updates on <artsforla.org>, search for “lease subsidy” and for “la cultural centers.”
Bikesanas del Valle. Self-sustained community service not-for-profit cyclist collective. Bike mechanics & awareness, social justice , autonomous living. Tours of San Fernando Valley culture. <email@example.com>. <facebook.com/bikesanxs>.
Black and Pink. An open family of LGBTQ prisoners and “free world” allies who support each other. San Diego chapter. <firstname.lastname@example.org>. <facebook.com/blackandpinksandiego>, <blackandpink.org>.
Common Dreams (articles &c): Progressive website w/articles, videos & news. <commondreams.org>.
CounterSpin (articles, web/broadcast): Media criticism; also on Free Speech TV. <fair.org>, click on “counterspin.”
CPRMetro.org (radio/web): Community Progressive Radio. <cprmetro.blogspot.com>.
Democracy Now! (web/broadcast): Weekdays. <democracynow.org>.
Downtown Women: LA CAN Downtown Women’s Action Coalition. Contact LA Community Action Network for new updated schedule. 213.228.0024. <cangress.org>.
Drinking Liberally local chapters: <livingliberally.org/drinking>.
Ecovillage Tours: Sun Jun 21 (Father’s Day), Sat Aug1, 15, 29, 1030a-1p. History, context, accomplishments, pitfalls, transitions, plans & visions. See website for other dates and unscheduled tours by appt. $10 sliding scale (ask for lunch info). RSVP required. LA EcoVillage, 117 Bimini Place, LA. 213.738.1254. <email@example.com>. <laecovillage.org>.
Filmmaking Classes: Easy classes for the whole family. Echo Park Film Center, 1200 N. Alvarado St., LA. 213.484.8846. <echoparkfilmcenter.org >.
Food Not Bombs (FNB) shares free vegan food with homeless & others in need, protesting the effects of capitalism & military spending. All collectives need volunteers. <foodnotbombs.net> (click on “find your local chapter”). Send group updates to: <firstname.lastname@example.org> and the listserve (subscribe at: <lists.riseup.net/www/info/fnbnetwork>). Smashing Hunger, Squashing Poverty tour: FNB co-founder Keith McHenry, reasonable speaking fees. 575.776.3880, 800.884.1136. <foodnotbombs.net/speaker.html>.
Go Vegan with Bob Linden (radio/web): Broadcast stations & show times on website (frequent changes). Also archives & podcasts. <email@example.com>. <goveganradio.com>.
Grit TV (web/broadcast): Laura Flanders. Also on Free Speech TV. <grittv.org>.
l.a. activist (articles): Activism journal. <laactivist.com>.
Labor Studies: Learn/develop union leadership skills, awareness of labor & worker history & rights. Sponsor: Trade Tech Labor Center. 213.763.7129. <firstname.lastname@example.org>. <college.lattc.edu/laborcenter>.
LA CAN (LA Community Action Network): <cangress.org>; for Community Connection (publication), click on publications/community connection.
LA Queer Resistance Collective: <facebook.com/LAQRzine>, click on about for link to LAQR magazine.
Left Wing Radio Stations: nationwide listings, <leftwingradiostations.com>.
Making Contact (radio/web): Weekly documentary radio program. Globalization, civil liberties, prison issues, education, environmental justice, &c.<radioproject.org>.
Mother Nature’s Army (music): Eco-freak rock, punk americana spreading truth. Events: <mothernaturesarmy@gmail>, booking: <email@example.com>. <mothernaturesarmy.com> or “Mother Natures Army” on Facebook.
Occupy Fights Foreclosures. Get connected with families needing help fighting foreclosure/eviction. <occupyfightsforeclosures.nationbuilder.com>, click on “volunteer.”
Organic Gardening School: Classes for adults, children. Several local venues. 888.341.9666. <thewovengarden.com>, look for classes.
Photos – Depression Era: (Mostly) Public Domain US FSA- OWI. <photogrammar.yale.edu>.
Progressive Talk Radio: Randi Rhodes (<randirhodesarchives.com>), archives onlyó no ongoing shows. Mike Malloy (<mikemalloy.com>). Thom Hartmann (<thomhartmann.com>), radio & TV. Progressive Voices, an internet streaming audio network “Always on; Always Progressive” (<tunein.com/radio/Progressive-Voices-s189055>.
The Rational Radical (podcast): Archive of progressive program by long time activist & CL subscriber Jerold Block. <firstname.lastname@example.org>. <therationalradical.com>.
Raza Press & Media Association (media): “The only Mexican-Raza journalist organization consistently advancing/building revolutionary anti-imperialist media.” <razapressassociation.org/blog>.
The Rebel Press: Independent media network: info & stories from under-represented communities, encouragement to occupy the media yourself, growth & collaboration in press, radio, video, photography, web & other media. <therebelpress.com>.
SOA Watch: Speakers, actions, international delegations. 202.234.3440. <email@example.com>. <soaw.org>. Delegations may require an early registration and planning for international travel.
Suzy Williams (music): Various locations & accomplices. 310.306.7330. <firstname.lastname@example.org>. <laughtears.com>.
Theatricum Botanicum: Shakespeare & classics set in a rustic, outdoor setting. Regular season resumed in summer 2015. Some Fall & Winter off-site educational programs listed on their website. Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, 1419 N. Topanga Cyn Blvd., Topanga. 310.455.3723. <theatricum.com>.
Time Banks: Local Currency in many SoCal Neighborhoods. Worldwide directory: <community.timebanks.org>.
Trade School: barter for knowledge. Teach & learn. Calendar of classes: <tradeschool.coop/losangeles>.
Urban Farming: Farm & Conference Center. Dragonfly Hill Urban Farm, 345-Ω Douglas St., LA. 818.404.5784. <home.earthlink.net/~theweproject>.
Veterans for Peace (VFP): Meetings usually at Arlington West Memorial, Santa Monica Beach. Contact them for time/location. 323.934.3451. <veteransforpeacela.org>. Other chapters (nationwide): <veteransforpeace.org>.
Voice of Palestine Radio: Vancouver Coop Radio since 1987. Ongoing archives on internet: <voiceofpalestine.ca>.
Witness for Peace Delegations: Bolivia, Colombia, Cuba, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Venezuela. 202.547.6112 . <witnessforpeace.org>, click on “travel with us.” Delegations may require an early registration and planning for international travel.
Women Organizing for Justice: Four month intensive leadership development program to increase the participation of formerly incarcerated & other women in the struggle for social justice & criminal justice reform. 323.563.3575. <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> . <anewwayoflife.org>.
Young Warriors: “For youth by youth” program to meet the challenge of your own struggle. 818.913.1968, 818.939.3433. <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>. <tiachucha.org>, <facebook.com/YoungWarriors2007>.
ZSchool: $100/class, $50 low income. Z Magazine. <zcomm.org/zschool/moodle>.