Poetry Corner: Child of Gaza

Child of Gaza By Julie Webster Julietweb@aol.com 2/2024   No laughter, no joy, Not even smiles. Hard to feel anything, I've walked for miles.   I don't even recognize This town where I'm from. The buildings now rubble, Every last one.   The colors are gone, I only see gray. Not even sure, If it's night or day.   We hear a loud sound, Thunder and boom. We all disperse, And wait for doom. [...]

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March 2024 Community Calendar

March 2024 Change Links community calendar   Change Links can’t publish without your support. Send items, articles or poems to changelinks2@gmail.com or via 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 [...]

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February 2024 Community Calendar

Feb. 2024 community calendar   See continuing and ongoing events at the end of the calendar.  Change Links cannot publish without your support. Send events, articles or poetry to changelinks2@gmail.com or via 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 [...]

By |2024-03-04T01:33:25-05:00March 4th, 2024|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Poetry Corner 1: Who Am I by Robert Sucher

Who Am I by Robert Sucher   Who am I Hard teeth in An open mouth Loose tongue in An unseen cave Black man trapped In a white man's body Graded and patched Notched, adored, scorned Ignored for years Entire years at a time A window left Open in the rain A Vagrant in The museum looking for a Place to rest Should you speak To me is that A question or [...]

By |2023-10-01T00:27:33-05:00October 1st, 2023|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The FCC’s Landline Shutdown Will Affect Californians

I recently learned that last August, the FCC approved deregulation (https://www.fcc.gov/document/fcc-grants-relief-outdated-burdensome-phone-industry-regulations) that allows telecom companies to shut down their copper wire landline phone service, and replace it with internet-based phone service. This decision affects California’s most vulnerable groups, and if the federal Government won’t look out for their interests, the state Government should step in. According to the FCC Order, because landline service require infrastructure that’s expensive to maintain, it’s existence is [...]

By |2023-06-02T18:25:28-05:00June 2nd, 2023|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Late-Breaking Events May 25-29

PEACE WEEK, NOT FLEET WEEK: Countering US Navy Militarism at the LA Harbor THURSDAY MAY 25 Party for Peace, Not for War Tabling and literature Canvasing during the "fleet week" 6th St. welcome party JDC Records 447 6th St. San Pedro 6-8pm FRIDAY MAY 26 Lobby for Peace! @ the political office of Rep. Nanette Barragan Corner of 5th St. and Centre St. San Pedro 4-5pm Vote NO on H.R. 314 in [...]

By |2023-05-21T16:18:56-05:00May 21st, 2023|Uncategorized|0 Comments

In Case of an Enemy Invasion, What Will Your Boss Do?

by Pavlo Kuliuk There has been no war on the continental US territory in the past 150 years. There has never been a full scale enemy invasion of the US. People here don’t know what it's like to have Silicon Valley, Wall Street, or a Ford plant taken over by the enemy. And this is very bad! Because US law is not ready for such an event. Laws are usually passed to [...]

By |2022-10-03T00:07:06-05:00October 3rd, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

In Memoriam: Marissa Rubin

MARISSA RUBIN OBITUARY - October 16, 1939 - July 28, 2022 Marissa Rubin has spread her butterfly wings and transitioned peacefully to the 'other side' after struggling with the devastating effects of terminal stage-4 pancreatic cancer. Marissa was truly a wonderful mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, friend, artist, poet and creative activist working on behalf of Mother Nature and Mother Earth. Marissa was born Maxine Goldgraben to her parents Lawrence and Ann Goldgraben [...]

By |2022-09-01T12:09:35-05:00September 1st, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

May Day is International Workers’ Day!

May 1 - Sun   May Day - International Workers’ Day Events May Day Migrant Workers’ March & Rally, 11a, Olympic & Broadway in DTLA. May Day Coalition-Essential and United for Justice. https://www.facebook.com/events/5162329530455267   Boyle Heights May Day March & Rally, 12n, E. Cesar E. Chavez Ave & N. Matthews St., centrocso@gmail.com, 323-943-2030   Revolutionary Internationalist May Day March, Rally, followed by Picnic, 2p, Assemble at the corner of Wilshire and Alvarado, [...]

By |2022-04-30T01:40:43-05:00April 30th, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments
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