NEXT MEETING INFORMATION
When: Tuesday, December 17th at 6:30p
Where: The Downtown UCLA Labor Center at 675 S. Parkview Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90057 across from MacArthur Park.
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Update : Planning for HRC Hearings & Neighborhood Council Outreach
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Stop LAPD Spying Coalition Releases The People’s Audit
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What is Special Order 1?
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Is Taking Pictures on the MTA a Crime?
If you thought it was OK to engage in legal activity, the Los Angeles County Sheriff might threaten to put you on a terrorist list. Watch the video.
WE ARE WATCHING THE WATCHERS
Last Tuesday, September 17th, the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition held its monthly meeting at the UCLA Downtown Labor Center and shared its “Surveillance 101” Presentation. Over 45 participants attended and […]
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