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The Fight for Skid Row

“General” Jeff Page is an activist from Skid Row, not “on” but from. We met with General Jeff at Skid Row’s famous King Eddy’s Saloon just two days before what he called “the most historical vote in Downtown History”, the Subdivision from DLANC to form a Skid Row Neighborhood Council

GUNS N MOTHERS AT Skid Row History Museum & Archive

Guns and Mothers

Los Angeles Poverty Department is pleased to announce the screening of the documentary “Guns and Mothers”, followed by a group discussion about the history and effects of gun violence in viewers’ communities, on Friday, September 9th, at 7:00pm at the Skid Row History Museum & Archive. Directed by Thom Powers the film's running time

Los Angeles Poverty Department host Profiles of Abolition

  On Saturday, February 20, Critical Resistance and Los Angeles Poverty Department will host Profiles of Abolition: Abolition and the Radical Imagination, a public conversation with powerful firebrands Dr. Angela Y. Davis, renowned poet Fred Moten, and political printmaker Melanie Cervantes of Dignidad Rebelde, moderated by acclaimed historian Robin D.G. Kelley. The event

The Story of the Cat Rancher

Fallback Image

By Andrew Mercado Photo courtesy Walk into CatRancher Sound Studios and you will feel as if you have stumbled upon a lost piece of earlier musical revolutions. Located on 6th and San Pedro, this studio, while also open for post-production purposes, is a sanctuary for the screaming soul of music within