Tag: Social Justice

South Bakersfield’s Confederate Remains

With “Postcards,” creative non-fiction stories grounded in place, we aspire to create a new cartography of California. For us, literature […]

Rise Against the Machine: Interview with Adam Goodman

The rampant spread of coronavirus throughout the United States has illuminated undocumented migrants’ role as essential workers as well as […]

Lunch Ladies and the Fight for School Food Justice: A Superhero Origin Story

Christine Tran Plagued by unsavory stories in American popular culture, the lunch lady has been a mocked and villainized figure […]

Yemeni Farm Workers and the Politics of Arab Nationalism in the UFW

Neama Alamri Growing up in the Central Valley, the history of the United Farm Workers (UFW) and Cesar Chavez loomed […]

El Corrido del Copete

With “Postcards,” creative non-fiction stories grounded in place, we aspire to create a new cartography of California. For us, literature […]

Inland Shift: Towards a Radical Intercommunalism in the Inland Empire

J.T. Roane During a speech delivered at Boston College on November 18, 1970 Huey P. Newton extended Marxist-Leninist material dialecticism […]

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

Last Stands

History, Memory, and the California Story