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Over four million Californians are without a valid driver’s license, not because they pose a risk to public safety, but because they are trapped in a spiral of court fines and fees they cannot afford to pay, according to “Not Just a Ferguson Problem – How Traffic Courts Drive Inequality in California”.
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Schedule information for the Sept 26-27, 2014 film festival in Long Beach, CA will be updated regularly as we approach the date of the event – so stay tuned and check this site regularly. Thus far, the two-day event is planned as follows: FridayDate: Friday, Sept 26, 2014 Time: 5:00pm – 9:00 pm Location: Cal
SUSAN BURTON IN SELMA Updates & Actions Susan Burton, recognized in the Los Angeles Times as one of the nation’s prominent civil rights leaders today, will stand in solidarity with other advocates and movement builders on the 50th anniversary of the historic March in Selma. It was on Sunday, March 7, 1965 when nearly 600