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Los Angeles climate change action: "Our planet, our health!"

In Los Angeles, hundreds of activists, environmentalists, union members and community groups staged an unprecedented march and rally as part of worldwide global climate actions.


Native student challenges California professor who denies genocide

In 1852 the California legislature paid $1.1 million to citizen militias to hunt and kill Native Americans.


The Panoche Hills: the strange sere bones of an ancient landscape

A reflection on the dry landscape and living history of the Panoche Hills: It is austere, it is dry, it is dramatically beautiful.


Birthday PIE for Medicare: celebrations urge expanding it for all

"Because of Medicare, our seniors have access to health care, they're living longer lives, decent lives. That's something worth fighting for!"


Advocates urge greater funding for human needs programs in California

Restoring and increasing funds for California's human needs programs tops the agenda of many legislators.


San Francisco tenants fight back against unjust evictions

A broad coalition of housing rights and community organizations is launching a campaign to educate renters about their legal rights.


Legislators aim to expand rights of undocumented Californians

State legislative leaders were joined here by immigrant rights advocates as they announced the "Immigrants Shape California" legislative package.


Jesus “Chuy” Garcia campaigns in Los Angeles for support

Chuy asked the people in LA to join him in making history with this groundbreaking campaign.


Southern California awards lunch raises friends for PW

Almost 60 friends of the People's World gathered here at the Los Angeles Workers Center to celebrate the People's World and its California contributors.


“Low-cost, high quality” public education at stake in Calif. tuition debate

The decision to hike tuition has kicked off a new round in the long struggle between the university and the State of California over funding for the 10-campus system.

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