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Los Angeles: City of Segregation

Adam Tomes Counterfire
The book under review documents a century of struggle against the partitioning of groups on the basis of race through property markets, constructions of community, and the scourge of neoliberalism, revealing racialist ideology and means to end it.

Why I’m Standing With LA Teachers

Roxana Tynan LAANE
LAANE members holding Support LA teachers signs L.A. teachers are asking for more than just a well-deserved pay raise. They are also demanding smaller class sizes, less mandatory testing, increase in per-pupil funding, and more adults like nurses, librarians, social workers, and counselors...

Breaking with Wall Street: L.A. Puts It to the Voters

Ellen Brown The Web of Debt Blog
Some cities and states have already moved forward with feasibility studies and business plans for forming their own banks. But the city of Los Angeles faces a barrier to entry that other cities don’t have.
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