Running Green in Congressional District 13

Running Green in D13: Tax the rich and stop the wars by Ann Garrison, June 26, 2018 In California’s top-two primary system, only the top two vote getters advance to the general election, meaning that only two names will be on the ballot for each race in November. Since California is a very blue state, that often means that two Democrats advance, as in the Senate race between incumbent Dianne Feinstein, the [...]

Martin Luther King Jr Essay Contest

Martin Luther King Jr Essay Contest “What King’s Dream Means to Youth Today”   for elementary, middle, high school and college students, 600-800 words. All submissions electronically in .doc format to Submit by March 15. Winners in each category will appear in the April 2018 issue, 50th anniversary of MLK’s death.

Propositions on the California and LA Ballots

“All politics is local” was never truer than this year when the head of the ticket offers two candidates with higher disapproval ratings than perhaps ever before in the history of the republic, if we can still call it that, and so many local races and propositions of significance. Here then are recommendations from some of the usual suspects for your progressive voting pleasure. Don’t be fooled; even a rigged system can [...]

Change-Links Student Essay Contest

Change-Links is sponsoring an essay contest for elementary and secondary school students on the theme of "Forming a Better Future Today." In 500 words or less, describe what kind of future young people of today want to see, and tell what you are doing to help bring it about. First prize is $25, second place wins $15, third place $10. Winning essays will be published in C-L in March. Deadline is February [...]

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