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In the aftermath of the civil disturbance of 1992, Joe Hicks served as executive director of Mayor Richard Riordan's Human Relations Commission. Before that, he worked for a labor union, Martin Luther King's Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the ACLU. Now the self-proclaimed "radical black separatist" has become the new executive director of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture. The Center is run by David Horowitz, a George W. Bush fundraiser and in-your-face confrontational conservative who's raised hackles on college campuses by challenging anti-war demonstrators as virtual traitors. Hicks leads us down the road of his political evolution.
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Los Angeles Times

Center for Study of Popular Culture

LA Human Relations Commission

Multi-Cultural Collaborative

California State Treasurer

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Frances Anderton

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