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  • Ana Beatriz Cholo
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    Ana Beatriz Cholo

    Ana Beatriz Cholo is a Los Angeles-based writer, photographer and activist who has worked as a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Associated Press, the Press Telegram in Long Beach and the Whittier Daily News. Her areas of focus include writing about race, equality, identity and social justice. She was part of the Chicago Tribune education team nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the No Child Left Behind Act in 2004. More recently, she has performed communications work for Courage Campaign, California Calls and the Center for Urban Education at the University of Southern California. Ana occasionally contributes to the Huffington Post. She served four years in the U.S. Navy.

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  • Bill Raden
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    Bill Raden

    Bill Raden is a freelance Los Angeles writer.

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  • Bobbi Murray
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    Bobbi Murray

    Bobbi Murray has reported on politics, economics, police reform and health-care issues for Los Angeles magazine, L.A. Weekly and The Nation.

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  • Danny Feingold
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    Danny Feingold

    Danny Feingold is publisher of Capital & Main and has written for the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, Salon and other publications.

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    Dean Kuipers

    Dean Kuipers is an L.A.-based writer on ecology and renewable energy, and the author of Burning Rainbow Farm.

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    Deborah Klugman

    Deborah Klugman is a freelance arts journalist living in Los Angeles. She has been writing about L.A. theater since 1986.

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  • Donald Cohen
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    Donald Cohen

    Donald Cohen is the founder and executive director of In the Public Interest, a national resource and policy center focusing on privatization and responsible contracting.

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  • Erin Aubry Kaplan
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    Erin Aubry Kaplan

    Erin Aubry Kaplan is a Los Angeles journalist and columnist who has written about African-American political, economic and cultural issues since 1992. She is currently a contributing editor to the op-ed section of the Los Angeles Times, and from 2005 to 2007 was a weekly op-ed columnist – the first black weekly op-ed columnist in the paper’s history. She has been a staff writer and columnist for the LA Weekly and New Times Los Angeles. She is a regular contributor for many publications, including Salon.com, Essence, Black Enterprise, BlackAmericaWeb, Ms. and the Independent. She is also a regular columnist for make/shift, a quarterly, cutting-edge feminist magazine that launched in 2007.

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  • Gabriel Thompson
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    Gabriel Thompson

    Gabriel Thompson is an independent journalist who has written for publications that include the New York Times, Harper's, New York, Slate, and the Nation. His forthcoming book is Chasing the Harvest: Migrant Workers in California Agriculture.

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  • Judith Lewis Mernit
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    Judith Lewis Mernit

    Judith Lewis Mernit writes about energy, the environment, economic justice and public health from Los Angeles, California. Her work has appeared in High Country News, Sierra Magazine, Yale Environment 360, TakePart, The Atlantic and the LA Weekly. (Photo by Lynell George)

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  • Kelly Candaele
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    Kelly Candaele

    Kelly Candaele has written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and The Nation. He is directing a film on the building of the Wilshire Grand Center in downtown Los Angeles.

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  • Leighton Woodhouse
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    Leighton Woodhouse

    Leighton Woodhouse is a Los Angeles journalist, filmmaker and graphic designer whose work has appeared in the New Republic, the Intercept, Gawker, VICE News, the Nation, Salon and the Awl. His latest feature documentary is Trumpland.

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  • Lovell Estell III
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    Lovell Estell III

    Lovell Estell III is a Los Angeles-based freelancer who spent nine glorious years as an Ironworker, Local 416. His interests include American history, theater and chess.

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  • Pandora Young
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    Pandora Young

    Pandora Young is a journalist and author with a special focus on women's issues, social justice and narcissism. She currently resides in Los Angeles, where she works as the Associate Editor for Capital & Main.

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  • Rev. Jim Conn
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    Rev. Jim Conn

    Rev. Jim Conn is the founding minister of the Church in Ocean Park and served on the Santa Monica City Council and as that city's mayor. He helped found Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice, Los Angeles, and was its second chair, and was a founder of Santa Monica's renter's rights campaign.

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  • Rex Weiner
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    Rex Weiner

    Rex Weiner’s work has appeared in Vanity Fair, the Paris Review, the New Yorker, the Los Angeles Review of Books and the Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (when they had one), and served as West Coast correspondent for the Forward, covering L.A. politics and culture. As a staff reporter for Variety he covered the entertainment industry with a focus on international film finance and new technology. He is the co-author of Woodstock Census: The Nationwide Survey of the Sixties Generation and a co-founder of the Todos Santos Writers Workshop.

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  • Sasha Abramsky
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    Sasha Abramsky

    Sasha Abramsky was born in England, grew up in London, and attended Balliol College, Oxford, where he studied politics, philosophy, and economics. Abramsky is a journalist and author whose work has appeared in "The Nation," "The American Prospect," "The New Yorker" online, and many other publications. His most recent book, "The American Way of Poverty: How the Other Half Still Lives," was listed by "The New York Times" as among the one hundred notable books of 2013. He is a Senior Fellow at Demos think tank, and teaches writing at University of California, Davis. Abramsky lives in Sacramento, California, with his wife and their two children.

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  • Seth Sandronsky
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    Seth Sandronsky

    Seth Sandronsky is a journalist and member of the Pacific Media Workers Guild. He can be contacted at sethsandronsky@gmail.com.

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  • Steven Mikulan
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    Steven Mikulan

    Steven Mikulan is a Los Angeles writer and the editor of Capital & Main.

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  • Vivian Rothstein
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    Vivian Rothstein

    Vivian Rothstein got her start as a volunteer in the 1965 Mississippi Freedom Summer Project and has worked on community empowerment ever since. Today she serves as a fundraising consultant with the L.A. Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) and as a member of the Capital & Main Board of Directors.

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