Gluten-free Almond and Coconut Pancakes with Spiced Plums – By Lisa Linder

Gluten-free Almond and coconut pancakes with spiced plums – By Lisa Linder (Recipe from the UK and mostly uses metric measurements, but we converted the oven temp to Fahrenheit.) These protein-rich pancakes are a great option if you're eating gluten-free. And the accompanying spiced plums and rich plum sauce are bound to elevate your breakfast fare.--Bella Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutes. Serves Four. INGREDIENTS: For the plums: 12 ripe plums / 1 tbsp runny honey / 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice / 1 tsp [...]

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Behind the Viral Right Wing Video of BLM protest at Fundamentalist Church

https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/annehelenpetersen/viral-video-seemed-to-show-blm-storming-a-church-the-real by Anne Helen Petersen BuzzFeed News [Excerpts] The clip posted to Twitter — and viewed over 1.2 million times — purports to show protesters invading a church, screaming “Black Lives Matter” and even abusing parishioners. The clip was uploaded by Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, the pro-Trump student group, who added his own interpretation of events: “Christians have not been allowed to attend church for months,” Kirk tweeted, referring to coronavirus-related pauses in services. “But when they finally are, BLM rioters are allowed to [...]

Ligia Gonzalez and “First Church” in Koreatown

https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/first-unitarian-ligia-gonzalez/ This Lady known as the Church Lady, is really a Nicaragua-born political activist whose cause for social justice expresses her lifelong zest for living and for freedom…She's a Change Links subscriber. We couldn't run this story in the print edition, since it copyrighted and published in another local magazine, but we will look to do an interview or profile of our own, to revive our "People's Champions" feature. Her inner strength, pushed her into action over a year ago to protect her beloved gathering place, the [...]

August 2020 Community Calendar

August 2020 Community Calendar   Change Links cannot publish without your support. Send events, articles or poetry to changelinks2@gmail.com or via http://change-links.org/submit/ Please subscribe as well. Subscriptions to the print edition are $12/25/50 a year, low income, regular or sustainer (sliding scale), Payable to “AFGJ,” our fiscal sponsor, with “Change Links” in the memo. All events announced are encouraged to donate $5 (per event), payable to AFGJ, mail to Change Links, PO Box 34236, LA 90034. It helps keep this publication solvent. Thanks in advance.   In [...]

By |2020-08-17T18:20:06-05:00August 1st, 2020|Activism, Arts, Calendar, COVID-19, Events, Featured|0 Comments

March 2020 Community Calendar Women’s History Month

PLEASE BE ADVISED - THE PEACE CENTER HAS CANCELLED ALL EVENTS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.  MANY OTHER VENUES AND EVENTS WILL PROBABLY BE SIMILARLY AFFECTED BY SOCIAL DISTANCING STRATEGIES RELATED TO "FLATTENING THE CURVE" OF INFECTION BY COVD-19 CHECK BEFORE ATTENDING ANY EVENT LISTED -- ALSO BE AWARE, THE APRIL MAY BE DELAYED BY THE NEED TO VERIFY ANY CHANGES -- FOR EXAMPLE, THE LA TIMES FESTIVAL OF BOOKS SCHEDULED IN APRIL HAS ALREADY BEEN POSTPONED TO OCTOBER, AND THE EARTH DAY GREATER LA 2020 EVENT SCHEDULED FOR [...]

By |2020-03-15T00:47:33-05:00February 29th, 2020|Calendar, Events, Featured|0 Comments

July 2019 Community Calendar

Change Links cannot publish without your support. Send in events, articles or poetry: https://change-links.org/submit/ Please subscribe. All event announcements are encouraged to donate $5.00 (per event), payable to AFGJ, mail to Change Links, PO Box 34236, Los Angeles, CA 90034. It keeps this publication solvent. We thank you in advance.   Peace vigils: https://change-links.org/ongoing-peace-vigils-and-community-programs/   Other Calendars: https://ocprogressiveevents.info/, https://la.indymedia.org/calendar/, httpss://www.facebook.com/pg/ieprogressivealliance/events/, https://www.activistsandiego.org/event, httpss://vcpjn.org/calendar/, httpss://echoparkfilmcenter.org   KPFK 90.7 FM Non-Commercial Progressive Community Radio local station board election candidates to be announced, balloting to take place starting Aug. 15 for [...]

Immigrants Make America—Don’t Call ICE; Go Get a Cup of Coffee

Immigrants Make America—Don’t Call ICE; Go Get a Cup of Coffee By Valerie Vande Panne Author Bio: Valerie Vande Panne is a writing fellow and chief correspondent at Local Peace Economy, a project of the Independent Media Institute. She is an independent journalist whose work has appeared in Columbia Journalism Review, In These Times, Politico, and many other publications. This article was produced by Local Peace Economy, a project of the Independent Media Institute. A friend of mine worked in a tool and die shop in Michigan. [...]

Spotlight on an Exemplary Activist: Kathleen Hernandez

Spotlight on an Exemplary Activist:  Kathleen Hernandez In the words of her Veteran For Peace colleagues, “Kathleen is one of those people who is always there to do what needs to be done.” She has worked tirelessly for VFP and social justice, bringing her passionate commitment, energy, persistence, and impressive skills to an endless array of campaigns, actions, coalition building, conferences, lobbying...the list of Kathleen’s organizing work for peace and justice goes on and on. From Camp Casey to New Orleans to Washington to Colombia, Arlington West, [...]

Spotlight on an Exemplary Organizer: John Imani

Spotlight on an Exemplary Organizer: John Imani      John Imani has been a stalwart of the movement in L.A. since his youth, from activity in the BSU in the 60s, through years as a Black Marxist and most recently with Revolutionary Autonomous Communities (RAC-LA) in the MacArthur Park area. He was born and lived until age 15 in Mobile, AL when it was strictly segregated.  "We never thought about it much," he says. "When we went downtown on Sunday to spend some of the money we made [...]

Spotlight on an Exemplary Activist: Woodrow Coleman

Spotlight on An Exemplary Activist Woodrow Coleman He was born Jan. 14, 1934 in Texarkana TX, the oldest son of Aubrey and Olilah Coleman. He had four younger brothers, two of whom have sadly passed away. Woodrow was born during the Great Depression in segregated Jim Crow territory. His father worked on the railroad; his mother did housework and childcare for white families. He grew up in a neighborhood with lots of extended family. His later childhood was marred by his mother's poor health, hospitalized over a [...]

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