Audio of Virtual Town Hall—Los Angeles Justice Organizations Demand ‘People’s Budget’ Funding Services, Not Police

20 May

The town hall featured: Black Lives Matter Los Angeles activist Melina Abdullah, who holds a doctorate in political science from the University of Southern California; Julianne Malveaux, who holds a doctorate in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Pastor Cue jn-Marie, who is the founder of the Church Without Walls and a former rapper; and the moderator was Mike de la Rocha, who is the CEO of Revolve Impact, which according to its website, “combines policy advocacy, grassroots organizing and …communications strategies to directly improve the lives of millions of people.”

A news story will be posted later.

Below is the audio.

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