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  • Connectopod on KPFK

    Posted by Ali Lexa at Friday, April 9th, 2021 4:52pm

    Connectopod (part of KPFK's Podcasts) is doing a call for walls in North Hollywood. Artist Levi Ponce and Connectopod have teamed up to create a mural in NoHo. Are you a business or property owner that would like to have your wall beautified? Let Connectopod know!

  • United Nations observance of International Women’s Day 2021

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 12:52pm

    UN Women is pleased to invite you to the United Nations observance of International Women’s Day 2021. The theme is “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world on the way to the Generation Equality Forum”.

  • THE COLD WAR TRUTH COMMISSION A Day of Education, Testimonials & Action

    Posted by Frank Dorrel at Monday, March 1st, 2021 7:56am

    Scholars & Citizen Testimonials Will Help Us Learn The History of The Cold War & Its Relevance To U.S. Political Corruption & To Today’s Global Chaos.

  • A Murder Mystery

    Posted by Betsy Foldes Meiman at Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021 12:57pm

    Part of the existing narrative of Pacoima is violence. Over a six-month period in 2019, there were 165 violent crimes compared to 103 in Northridge or 66 in Sherman Oaks. The perception of violence is so normalized for Pacoima that it barely gets reported.

  • California African American Museum: Examination and celebration of Black Creativity, History, and Futures!

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Thursday, February 4th, 2021 11:07am

    CAAM is showcasing Black excellence every month, and is inviting you to a series of virtual events in February as they continue an ongoing examination and celebration of Black creativity, history, and futures!

  • Round 2: California Small Business (and Nonprofits!) Relief Grant Program (Webinar)

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Wednesday, January 27th, 2021 12:45pm

    Apply now for the Small Business Grant Program Applications open February 2 through February 8

  • United Against Hate Week

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Tuesday, November 24th, 2020 8:34pm

    Promoting inclusion and equity is vital to building healthy and resilient communities. This week of action is designed to not just raise awareness about the dangers of hate and the need for respect and civil discourse, but to help community members build stronger connections and foster deeper engagement.

  • California Poor People's Campaign joins nationwide caravans of mourning demand COVID action, smooth transition

    Posted by Margaret Prescod at Monday, November 23rd, 2020 7:34am

    The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival will organize Moral Monday caravans to mourn the nearly quarter-million Americans who have died from COVID-19, demand a smooth and open transition of power, and lift up the moral policies we need immediately and in the first days of the new administration.

  • STRENGTH THRU UNITY: Multicultural Election Special

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Monday, October 26th, 2020 10:12am

    Unlike any other election, minorities, immigrants, women, and the nation as a whole will pay a heavy price if Donald Trump is reelected as president. Beyond Trump’s racist attacks, people of color are dying needlessly from Trump's lack of a response to COVID19 and support of white extremists.

  • The Invisible Pandemic: Care During COVID-19

    Posted by Margaret Prescod at Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 8:23am

    This Political Freshers’ Week, the Women’s Campaign, and Justice 4 Workers Cambridge have teamed up with Global Women’s Strike to discuss one of the most pressing issues of our current times: the crisis of care. Join tonight Wednesday, October 21, 2020, at 10-11:30 AM

  • STRENGTH THRU UNITY

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Wednesday, September 30th, 2020 9:29am

    Host David Ono veteran anchor of ABC 7 in Los Angeles and guests Marc Morial, President, and CEO of the National Urban League; Hector Sanchez Barba, CEO of Mi Familia Vota, Tamlyn Tomita, and Japanese-American actress discuss the upcoming election.

  • Voting Is Power Unleashed!

    Posted by Margaret Prescod at Monday, September 14th, 2020 11:36am

    We only have 50 days until Election Day. People would not be spending ungodly sums of money to stop us from voting if our vote was not powerful.

  • State Assembly Races

    Posted by KPFK at Friday, September 11th, 2020 10:12am

    Information on the candidates, news, the stakes, and endorsements on all the California districts that are on the November 2020 ballot are listed here.

  • State Senate Races

    Posted by KPFK at Friday, September 11th, 2020 9:29am

    Information on the candidates, news, the stakes, and endorsements on all the California districts that are on the November 2020 ballot are listed here. 

  • Congress Races

    Posted by KPFK at Friday, September 11th, 2020 1:21am

    Information on the candidates, news, the stakes, and endorsements on all the California districts that are on the November 2020 ballot are listed here. 

  • California Propostions 2020 Guide

    Posted by KPFK at Thursday, September 10th, 2020 10:45am

    California’s November election will feature 12 statewide ballot measures. Featuring explanation videos and full descriptions and information on each of the propositions

  • California Election Guide

    Posted by KPFK at Thursday, September 10th, 2020 9:46am

    Come rain, shine, pandemic or crippling recession, California voters can always count on one thing: a very long, very complicated ballot. Here is an election guide to help you.

  • Strength Thru Unity: Curbing The Unequal Risk Of Covid-19 Among Americans Of Color

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Monday, August 17th, 2020 8:43pm

    “Strength Thru Unity” (STU), KPFK FM’s newest trailblazing social justice program, will focus on the hard-hit impact of COVID-19 among Americans of color. Some of the nation’s most influential multicultural leaders will discuss why there is a disproportionate risk among people of color and their recommendations for how to curb this pandemic.

  • Unleashing the Power of Poor and Low-Income Americans

    Posted by Poor People's Campaign at Tuesday, August 11th, 2020 11:38am

    Before the pandemic, there were already 140 million people who were poor or low-income in this country. As the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed, our society’s failure to meet the needs of these millions of people — around health care, jobs, wages, housing, food, water, and more — presents a critical weakness to the nation’s public health and economic well-being.

  • LA Mask Print Project

    Posted by City of Los Angeles at Monday, July 20th, 2020 10:58am

    As we all learn to live with COVID-19, we must do everything we can to protect ourselves and one another. Wearing a mask is a sign of respect — to our neighbors, our nurses, doctors, and essential workers, our loved ones, and our fellow Angelenos.

  • Strength Thru Unity: Black & Brown Lives Sowing the Seed of Change

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Sunday, June 28th, 2020 1:54pm

    Prominent Black and Latino Leaders in the public and private sector who care about social justice in America, who seek change, justice, and an end to racism.

  • Heidi Marston selected as LAHSA Executive Directo

    Posted by Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) at Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020 9:37am

    The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) Commission unanimously selected Heidi Marston to the position of Executive Director.

  • Introducing the CalMatters College Journalism Network

    Posted by Felicia Mello at Sunday, May 10th, 2020 2:19pm

    More than 3 million students. Hundreds of campuses. A state higher education budget of $36 billion. As we’ve heard so often lately, California is a nation-state, and its system of colleges and universities is equally gargantuan.

  • SUPPLIES SAVE LIVES: LOS ANGELES INITIATIVE DELIVERING UNUSED MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO FRONTLINE MEDICAL PROVIDERS

    Posted by Anyel Z. Fields at Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 9:13pm

    A group of LA volunteers have set up a national hotline to help during the COVID-19 pandemic and provide medical supplies to the frontline heroes. Supplies Save Lives are a group of volunteers who have set up a text number to collect donations from citizens, businesses and other places that may have a surplus

  • LA Face Shields

    Posted by Maggie LePique at Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 1:25pm

    As the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers continues to rise, Los Angeles-based LA Face Shields—a group of volunteers made up of out-of-work entertainment industry freelancers—is doing their part

  • Good news! Schools & Communities First campaign makes history

    Posted by CalNonprofits at Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 11:40am

    The Schools & Communities First Campaign is a powerful coalition of grassroots orgs working to reclaim $12 billion per year to CA’s schools & community services

  • Mayor announced the launch of the “Angeleno Card” by the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Tuesday, April 14th, 2020 5:43pm

    The Angeleno Card aims to help low-wage hourly workers who had jobs in homes and restaurants, seasonal workers, and other workers such as day laborers, street vendors, or self-employed individuals who are experiencing heightened financial hardship because of COVID-19.

  • California Dept of Insurance: Small Business Virtual Town Hall

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Tuesday, April 14th, 2020 4:11pm

    With many businesses experiencing tremendous economic loss, the California Department of Insurance would like to inform and hear from small business owners regarding insurance coverage issues. This will also be an opportunity to learn more details about the Commissioner’s myriad of Bulletins and Notices sent out to insurance companies designed to help protect California small businesses and consumers during this time of emergency.

  • Virtual Event: Small Business and Mental Health During Coronavirus

    Posted by Dave Lesher at Monday, April 6th, 2020 6:18pm

    CalMatters Capitol reporter Laurel Rosenhall will moderate a chat with Isabel Guzman, Gov. Newsom’s director of the Small Business Advocate office at GO-Biz, about what California is doing to help keep small businesses and entrepreneurs afloat.

  • The #CancelRent Festival

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 11:08pm

    Immediately Cancel Rent, Mortgage and Utility Payments, No New Debts.
    Cancel rent & mortgage and utility payments through the duration of the public health and economic crisis for all renters, homeowners and small businesses, and ensure a 3-month recovery period.

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