The below article was taken from angelusnews.com and was published on March 22nd, 2018. Link to article HERE. "The overall goal of his hunger strike is to raise awareness of the horrible homelessness on skid row, which takes in 50 blocks of the City of the Angels. More specifically, the Los Angeles Catholic Worker, Inner … Continue reading “Fasting on Skid Row”, by R.W. Dellinger for Angelus News
Curious about the current status of the SRNC-FC or want to know more about what happened behind the scenes before, during and after our election? Come to the Skid Row History Museum on Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles to hear the latest. (Below from the blog michaelkohlhaas.org & link to the event post HERE) From … Continue reading Event: Conversation About The Skid Row Neighborhood Council — At The Skid Row History Museum & Archive On Saturday, March 24th, At 3pm
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BREAKING NEWS:....Here's a photo which provides UNDENIABLE PROOF that the Skid Row Neighborhood Council- Formation Committee is still moving forward with our efforts to sue the City of Los Angeles in both State and Federal courts for their NUMEROUS election violations during last year's SRNC-FC Subdivision election process. (The photo is of the court docket … Continue reading “…still moving forward with our efforts to sue the City of Los Angeles in both State and Federal court…” (By General Jeff)
Here are some pictures of SRNC-FC Chair General Jeff and Adrian Riskin of the blog MichaelKohlhaas.org at a recent event in Koreatown hosted by Los Angeles Beyond Capitalism. Both were invited to speak about the recent Skid Row Neighborhood Council election, and its aftermath. MichaelKohlhaas.org has been doing an incredible job of uncovering the … Continue reading *Photos* of General Jeff & Adrian Riskin speaking at an LA Beyond Capitalism event 8/26/17
Tucked into a package of recommendations which the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners recently gave to the City Council about how to improve future Neighborhood Council elections, was the issue of online voting, which falls under council File No. 15-1022-S2. On October 3rd, these recommendations (item 9) were presented before City Council and adopted with the … Continue reading The Case Against Online Voting for Neighborhood Council Elections (Also, Who IS “Everyone Counts”?)