It's not really coincidental that so much of the actual violence over the so-called culture wars has taken place in the very liberal cities of the West Coast. As I.
On April 24, 1903, Mexican rail workers on the Pacific Electric Railway in Los Angeles walked off the job over low wages and the unwillingness of the rail baron Henry.
Another major school workers strike has begun in Los Angeles. And it isn't just a teachers strike. Classes were canceled for more than 420,000 students on Tuesday as school employees.
More anti-Mexican violence for LGM's core of racist commenters who think that the U.S. conquest of northern Mexico was a-ok. White soldiers looking for Mexicans to beat, Zoot Suit Riots,.
On October 12, 1933, Mexican workers went on strike in the Los Angeles garment industry. This was a foundational moment in Mexican American labor history, one that presaged their growing.
This has to be the greatest advance in strikes since the sit-down. Memo to teachers preparing to join the picket lines on Thursday: There will be tacos. Some 34,000 L.A..
It's a little hard to fathom today, but for many decades, Los Angeles was an unbelievably conservative city. Of course it was the home of Nixon and Reagan. In 1910,.
I too am shocked that President Pussy Grabbing Fascist would create fascist policies that facilitate the crimes of domestic abusers and rapists. Latinos in Los Angeles are making dramatically fewer.