The activist discusses how to keep communities safe without policing as we know it.
Rallies, wildfires and an oil spill: Photojournalist Ted Soqui looks back on his best images of the year.
MacArthur Fellow Cristina Rivera Garza spoke to us from her home in San Diego to contemplate the U.S.-Mexico border, something first conceived in the imagination — which means that the imagination can also erase it.
Video by Christian Monterrosa shows the massive job cleanup crews have on the Southern California shoreline.
A Capital & Main photo essay honors the American workers whose critical work keeps our nation moving forward.
Voices from inside the 2021 March on Washington for Voting Rights.
Does a crackdown loom for hundreds of homeless people?
The city is opening up, but here are some landmarks and treasures that we miss already.
After only 10 hours, Derek Chauvin’s jury found him guilty. In Minneapolis the mood was a mix of hope, joy and a much-needed sense of relief.
A small band of white power militants and Trump supporters rallied in Huntington Beach Sunday – and were met by far more counter protesters.
The “changemakers” of one Minneapolis activist group use art and community outreach to help their city understand George Floyd’s death.
As the trial of George Floyd’s alleged killer unfolds in Minneapolis, a nation takes a long look at itself in the mirror.
Hundreds gathered Thursday evening to protest the eviction of the unhoused community from nearby Echo Park Lake.
The city of L.A., in partnership with Councilman Paul Krekorian, has brought the first tiny home village to Los Angeles.
Hundreds gathered Wednesday to protest the impending closure of Echo Park Lake, where a large houseless community currently resides.
For many, the warehouse workers’ organizing drive is less about wages or benefits, and more about winning dignity and respect.
In Alhambra, a candlelight vigil denounces the targeting of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Amazon, owned by the world’s richest man, has spent millions of dollars to dissuade its Bessemer workers from voting for a union.
A coalition of civil and human rights leaders, officials, and the community stood in front of the Los Angeles County Hall of Administration in the face of rising hate violence.
The event, titled “Love Our Communities: Build Collective Power,” came together in Little Tokyo in response to the recent increase in violence against Asian Americans.