A Night Out for Safety and Liberation
August 2 - 7 p.m.
Ward AME Church
1177 W. 25th Street
Free and Open to the Public
very year 30 million Americans participate in … [Read More...]
A criminal record is a major obstacle to employment for formerly incarcerated people. In California, there are hundreds of barriers that hinder employment prospects and economic mobility for those … [Read More...]
The growing problem of police violence and public mistrust in law enforcement isn’t a breakdown of policing but of democracy.
The secrecy and immunity that shield police officers from scrutiny and … [Read More...]
The Republican National Convention in Cleveland was been a slapdash spectacle of the absurd, with processions of B-list politicians and Z-list celebrities jockeying for the title of biggest … [Read More...]
Erika Rocha spent her 35th birthday— her last birthday — at California Institution for Women (CIW), the smaller of the state's two female-only prisons. In the yard of the Chino Valley facility, about … [Read More...]
Weekly through the winter in Santa Ana, a group of about 20 young men and women would meet in a circle to share their experiences about leadership.
The lessons they learned, however, weren’t from … [Read More...]