Tag: Politics

Following the Moniker Trail: Hobo Graffiti and the Strange Tale of Jack London, Skysail, and A-No. 1

Susan Phillips In his book The Road, Jack London describes his experiences living as a hobo. From hopping trains, begging, […]

Dream Interrupted

Kevin Starr at The San Francisco Examiner, 1976-83

From Resourceful to Illegal

The racialized history of garage housing in Los Angeles

Protesting Displacement and the Right to the City

Anti-Gentrification Activism in Northeast Los Angeles

Military Industrial Sexuality

Urban California, Gay Liberation, and the Military Industrial Complex

Greetings from Bakersfield!

Law Enforcement Corruption, White Supremacy, and Latinx Lives in California’s Deep Red South

Is Boyle Heights “Worth Saving”?

The History of Gentrification in a Historic Immigrant Gateway

Queering Desire from California

Việt Lê During and after my father’s two-year terminal illness, and my own simultaneous cancer scare (2000-2003), I became concerned […]