A new book offers practical tips on how to organize — and cast spells — for equality and the environment.
Los Angeles teachers’ demands have moved away from bigger raises and toward more funding to alleviate deep education cuts. But what would constitute victory for their union?
Co-published by the American Prospect
Superintendent Austin Beutner and his allies have made it clear they do not believe that the L.A. Unified School District in its current incarnation is worth investing in – or even preserving.
Co-published by Splinter
Research shows that corporate landlords are contributing to a rise in housing prices.
With more money than ever to spend on homelessness, Los Angeles County offers fewer winter shelter beds than last year. Why?
Gavin Newsom now leads the state with the nation’s biggest economy and largest population — and one riven by economic inequality. What will be his most important challenges?
A new state report says increasing automobile traffic is derailing California’s climate goals.
With a January 10 strike deadline looming, little progress has been made in negotiations between teachers and their school district.
Last year Governor Jerry Brown vetoed legislation that would have tightened scrutiny of the amount of lead absorbed by workers. Assemblyman Ash Kalra has vowed to pursue passage of his measure with 2019’s Assembly Bill 35.