Tenured economics professor says ‘I hope they all are killed’ to students mourning Palestinian deaths.
Grad Students for Palestine asked President Carol Folt to condemn the “bombardment of internationally recognized war crimes against the Palestinian people.”
Activist groups take to the streets of Boyle Heights to protest a proposed rent increase and the end of the L.A. eviction moratorium.
Hear ye, hear ye, news nerds! Ever wanted to know what the nitty gritty of a political debate looks like?
A D&D themed special picket reinforced solidarity between the WGA/SAG-AFTRA Guilds amidst the ongoing industry strike.
Land defenders have been attempting to “Stop Cop City,” since late 2021. They’re opposing a $90 million police training facility outside of Atlanta. In recent months, the struggle has intensified.
The Writers Guild’s main asks are to codify and protect the writers room; ensure there are pathways for writers to grow in their careers and maintain the integrity of their creative work; and financially guarantee that writers are able to make a living in their profession.
In January 2023, the U.S. police killed at least 79 people – that’s almost three a day.
We’re headed to the Super Bowl, and oops! We mobbed the city.
We analyzed the expansion and impact of police surveillance and technology, from 2020 – the present.