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A stalwart to move us from protest to productivity

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This week marked the 57th Anniversary of the March on Washington. I vividly recall the planning sessions for this extraordinary undertaking. So I write to you with a sense of mission that I have not felt in years. It was […]

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Help us call CD 10 voters!

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We are less than two months away from the November election! We have been building a solid team that is calling voters to inform them about the campaign. The best part is that we are doing it from the comfort […]

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Boots-on-the-ground

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With Latino and Black residents suffering disproportionately from the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is crucial that we take a boots-on-the-ground approach to strengthening the safety net for vulnerable people. And that’s what Mark Ridley-Thomas is […]

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La Opinion Endorses MRT for City Council

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The City of Los Angeles’ most prominent Spanish language newspaper, La Opinion, has endorsed Supervisor Mark Ridley -Thomas for City Council, District 10. “La Opinion has long been a voice for the Latinx community — leading the public conversation on […]

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Stonewall Democratic Club Endorses Mark Ridley-Thomas

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The Stonewall Democratic Club, the nation’s oldest LGBTQ+, feminist, and progressive political advocacy organization, has endorsed Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas for City Council, District 10. The endorsement comes at a time when it is clear that Angelenos, like people across the […]

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Everybody should be counted because everybody counts

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The Trump administration continues to prosecute its malicious and reckless campaign of anti-immigrant regulations, its assaults on the U.S. Constitution and its punitive stance toward states with large populations of immigrants. And as people of conscience, we must adhere to […]

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Forcing a reckoning

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Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas will call on the Board of Supervisors to declare racism and its effects to be a public health concern and to prioritize its methodical elimination from County policies, practices, operations and programs. The legacy of slavery, segregation […]

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Reflections on a Moment of Change

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By Jon Regardie Mark Ridley-Thomas was 11 years old when the Watts Rebellion broke out in August 1965. More than a half-century later, images from the uprising that which lasted six days and resulted in 34 deaths, remain indelibly etched […]

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