Los Angeles: Two Sheriffs Shot in Ambush, Massive Manhunt Follows

Photo: Still from Surveillance footage of man shooting Sheriff’s Deputies in a parked police vehicle By Felipe Vera On Saturday September 12, two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies were shot in an ambush by an armed individual in Compton. Over the past few days, agencies such as the FBI have become involved in the case, resulting in a massive manhunt for the gunman. That evening, … Continue reading Los Angeles: Two Sheriffs Shot in Ambush, Massive Manhunt Follows

Fires Cause Unparalleled Damage Across the West Coast

By Brian Martel Devastating wildfires have torn through areas of the west coast over the past week, causing multiple deaths and in some cases, burning entire towns. The fire’s impact can be seen across the western US as ash rains down from red, smoke filled skies. For some time, these wildfires have been getting worse every year. Many people have been put at greater risk … Continue reading Fires Cause Unparalleled Damage Across the West Coast

Commemorate the Chicano Moratorium with Rebellion

By Felipe Vera 50 years ago on August 29, over 30,000 Chicanos took over the streets of East Los Angeles to protest the draft and the imperialist war against Vietnam. As the police flowed in by the dozens to repress them, some protesters began forming a front line to combat them. By the end of the day, three people were murdered in an event that … Continue reading Commemorate the Chicano Moratorium with Rebellion

Oxnard: Community Protests Force Bakery to Cut Ties with Pedophile

By Serran Soledad Two protests occurred outside of Oralia’s Bakery this week calling for the business to cut ties with local pedophile Robert Brown, proprietor of Alonzo’s Cheesecakes, which rents space from the bakery. The actions were among a string of protests held by survivors, the most recent and increasingly militant being lead by Oxnard Revolutionary Study Group. Victims young as 12 have come forward … Continue reading Oxnard: Community Protests Force Bakery to Cut Ties with Pedophile

Los Angeles: DA’s Husband Charged with Misdemeanors After Pointing Gun at BLM Protesters

By Felipe Vera This past Tuesday, the California Attorney General’s office charged David Lacey, husband of Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey, with three misdemeanor counts of assault, after he pointed a gun at several Black Lives Matter protesters in March. District Attorney Lacey has long been a target of anti-police activists and community members due to her refusal to prosecute or indict any police … Continue reading Los Angeles: DA’s Husband Charged with Misdemeanors After Pointing Gun at BLM Protesters

Oxnard: Protesters March for Vanessa Guillen, Force Navy Base to Barricade Entrance

By Serran Soledad Around 40 people gathered at Bubbling Springs Park in Port Hueneme on Saturday to march for U.S Army specialist Vanessa Guillén, who was murdered by another soldier in Fort Hood, Texas back in April. Organized by Oxnard Revolutionary Study Group, the action was part of a broader anti-imperialist campaign, demanding the removal of Military Recruiters and Police from local campuses. Just one … Continue reading Oxnard: Protesters March for Vanessa Guillen, Force Navy Base to Barricade Entrance

California: Vigils, Marches in Los Angeles and Oxnard Commemorate Garrett Foster

By David Martinez From the streets of Austin, Garrett Foster’s sacrifice has reverberated across the country, with tributes, vigils, and actions carried out to immortalize his name. In California, on the Sunday immediately following his death, activists and community members in Los Angeles and Oxnard both held moving, defiant vigils and marches to honor Garrett and his commitment to fighting for a better world. At … Continue reading California: Vigils, Marches in Los Angeles and Oxnard Commemorate Garrett Foster

Los Angeles: UNDM Mobilizes Tenants Against Two Eviction Attempts

By Felipe Vera This past week the United Neighborhood Defense Movement (UNDM) in Los Angeles organized two actions defending tenants against eviction attempts and landlord harassment. On Tuesday, UNDM supported the Morales family in South Central after they reached out for support against their arrogant and racist property manager Sam Simany. The Morales family has been living in their home since April, but only days … Continue reading Los Angeles: UNDM Mobilizes Tenants Against Two Eviction Attempts

Texas: Residents Brace for Impact as Tesla Gigafactory Confirmed for Del Valle

By Mike Talavera Electric car manufacturer Tesla announced this week that it would be taking the $60+ million tax break deal from Travis County and the Del Valle School District to build a $1.1 billion “Gigafactory.” The politicians and officials who made the deal, whose careers stand to benefit from securing one of the biggest development projects in Central Texas history, did so over the … Continue reading Texas: Residents Brace for Impact as Tesla Gigafactory Confirmed for Del Valle

Oxnard: Protesters March on Quarantined Farmworker Housing Facility, Issue Demands

By Serran Soledad On Monday, protesters gathered outside Villa Las Brisas housing facility for a march against conditions that led to a major Covid-19 outbreak there in late June. 188 migrant farmworkers tested positive for the novel coronavirus after being housed at Reiter Affiliated Companies’ (RAC) facility during the Spring work season. Organized by Oxnard Revolutionary Study Group, the protest called for RAC to meet … Continue reading Oxnard: Protesters March on Quarantined Farmworker Housing Facility, Issue Demands