Entries by Roxana Martinez

May Day 2016 in Los Angeles

    This past Sunday, the International Workers May Day march and rally, organized by the May Day Coalition of Los Angeles, began at 11th and Figueroa streets, stopped at the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, and ended at the Metropolitan Detention Center on Alameda St. Thousands of individuals, children, and families took to the streets […]

National Call for Action in Solidarity With Black Students at the University of Missouri

On November 13th, Black Bruins participated in the national call for action in solidarity with black students at the University of Missouri. All students, faculty and allies met between Royce and Powell at 1pm for a rally led by the Afrikan Student Union.   For months, Mizzou protested a lack of action by administration regarding […]

Self-represented People of Color in Family Court

Low income people of color do not have the opportunities to suitably represent themselves in the court room. From my own experiences volunteering at a court’s self help center, I’ve seen the burden that self-represented people of color have to endure when dealing with family court cases. There are free resources available to obtain legal […]