Survey finds that 94% of respondents in Culver City identify housing affordability as a serious issue and 78% think our City Council needs to address it. Local Community...
On Monday June 24, the Culver City Council will consider a rentfreeze. What is a rent freeze, and why does Culver City need one?  Renters in Culver City currently...
CCSSC at Uruapan Orphanage. Top Row (left to right) Marta Valdez, Jim Clarke, Joanna Brody, Kelly Kent, Meghan Sahli-Wells, and Maren Neufeld, Nancy Perdomo (second row, 2nd on the right). Photo Credit Sergio de la Cruz.
Women’s March Foundation & Culver City Unified School District will host A Town Hall Commemorating Columbine - 20 Years Later on Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Culver City High School...
Culver City High School has earned the Civic Learning Award of Merit for 2019, a prestigious award co-sponsored by Chief Justice of California Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye’s civic learning initiative, known as the Power of Democracy; and...
The L.A. County Homeless Initiative has built a robust network of partners, dedicated to improving the lives of our homeless neighbors, and we're proud to work with the United Way of Greater Los Angeles in advancing this dynamic Countywide movement.  
In my experience, most Culver City residents support progressive values, including: Medicare for All, racial justice and equity, a Green New Deal, ending voter suppression, immigration justice and a humane path to citizenship, reforming the criminal justice...
Highlights from November 12, 2018 Culver City City Council Meeting Announcements Council member Daniel Lee spoke about how Armistice Day (currently referred to as Veterans Day in the U.S.) was first observed 100 years ago at the end of WWI, as...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xa_mrFBy2E This year's Art Walk & Roll Festival in Culver City had a lot to offer for a small town affair--An e-vehicle ride-off (It was a blast!), live music, tarot card readings, hard-working elected officials promoting the latest local measure,...
A Progressive’s Guide to the Upcoming Election Although Culver City is majority Democratic blue, it is no less important to be informed first, and then VOTE up-and-down the ballot, notably on state and local initiatives which can affect all Culver...

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