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How police preserve inequality in Los Angeles—and everywhere else

Instead of dismantling encampments where unhoused people have formed their own communities, we ought to dismantle the economic system that fosters homelessness and the state power that preserves inequality

Riot Games employees stage walkout over forced arbitration in sexual discrimination cases

Reports of rampant sexism at Riot began surfacing in late 2018 when a number of employees came forward, alleging that the company fostered a culture of casual misogyny and harassment.

After 6-day strike, Los Angeles teachers win pay rise, smaller classrooms

In addition to a 6% pay hike and hard caps on class size that will lower class sizes immediately in 2019-20, other victories include a counselor-student ratio of 1:500, commitment to reduce testing by 50% and a librarian in every secondary school five days a week

Thousands of Los Angeles teachers to go on strike on January 10

The educators, under the banner of the United Teachers of Los Angeles, are demanding more investment to ensure smaller class sizes, more nurses, counselors and librarians, as well as more support for special education, early education, bilingual education and adult education

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