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Publications From The Strategy Center & Frontlines Press

Running a “movement publisher” Lian Hurst Mann, Geoff Ray, Daniel Kim, and Kelly Archbold produce books, pamphlets, and films for grassroots organizers, activists, and social movements. Frontlines Press features Academy Award winner Haskell Wexler’s documentary film Bus Riders Union and Eric Mann’s newly released book, Katrina’s Legacy: White Racism and Black Reconstruction in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Strategy Center Publications produced Toward a Program of Resistance and the AhoraNow commentary series.
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    Eric Mann

    New book from Eric Mann--Katrina's Legacy: White Racism and Black Reconstruction in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast



  • Black, Brown, and Over-Policed in L.A. Schools cover

    Structural Proposals to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline in the Los Angeles Unified School District and to Build a National Movement to Stop the Mass Incarceration of Black and Latino Communities that analyzes the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and the Los Angeles School Police Department's (LASPD) citation and arrest patterns for the school years of 2011-2013 through the lens of race, gender, age and neighborhood impacts.


Radio Shows

  • Frederick Douglass

    Speilberg's Lincoln does a great historical disservice by portraying the Civil War as a debate among white people about Black people, who, in the film, hardly exist.

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    Speilberg's Lincoln--Setting the Historical Record Straight

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  • Transit Riders for Public Transportation, founded in Los Angeles in 2009, looks back on 3 years of ground level organizing, advocating, waging anti-racist struggles for the civil and environmental rights of communites of color, transit-dependent people and working class communities.

News Articles

  • Amid the worst economic downturn since World War II, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is planning to increase fares for the first time in two years to help offset a $204-million gap in its operating budget for buses and rail systems.

    The proposed fare hike, which will go into effect July 1, is opposed by the Bus Riders Union, which protested the planned increase Tuesday morning outside the MTA headquarters in downtown Los Angeles...