California Primary Elections: June 2018 Recap

According to the Washington Post, just over 6.9 million people in California cast a vote for the state’s June 2018 Primaries–the largest recorded in the state’s history for a primary election–out of a total of over 19 million registered voters, to make for a 36% ‘return’ rate. However, when considering the total number of all […]

Los Angeles Students, California: Do Not Stop at One March

I see that it was in March 1968 that the students of five high schools across the fourth street bridge in East Los Angeles walked out of their classrooms in order to make their voices heard. They stood in defiance of rules barring them from so much as even uttering a word in Español at their […]

The Writing Is On the Wall: California Progresses Only in Robbing More of Its Black and Brown Youth of their Future

The state of California is a racist entity. From Orange County to Los Angeles, to Ventura, Santa Barbara, and on. First the state impoverishes Black & Brown kids, then it expounds on that impoverishment by incarcerating them, and finally, when those young people happen to find themselves as recipients of “services” developed by “shadow” organizations […]

“Homelessness” in Los Angeles Today is the Result of Decades of American Discrimination

In Los Angeles lives the type of progress towards social issues much like what the rest of the country faces, where the wealth of executives at the city’s largest institutions sits unthreatened while masses of low wage workers beneath struggle to make it to the next paycheck. These economics are accepted as irrevocable facts, natural […]