L.A.'s social justice epicenter since 1976

Grassroots Groups We Support

  • Korean Resource Center

    KRC strives to empower community members through integrated member services, education, culture, organizing, and coalition building, all of which seek to improve the life of the individual and the community.

  • Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)

    KIWA combines organizing, leadership development, services, and policy advocacy in order to improve the lives of immigrant workers in low-wage industries in Koreatown and build a foundation for social change.

  • LA Voice

    LA Voice supports congregation-based organizing efforts in key campaigns in voter education, affordable housing and homelessness, criminal justice reform and immigration.

  • Labor/Community Strategy Center

    The Strategy Center is a Think Tank/Act Tank for regional, national and international movement building, founded in 1989 and based in the 10 million-person world city of Los Angeles. Campaigns, projects, and publications are rooted in working class communities of color, and address the totality of urban life with a particular focus on civil rights, environmental justice, public health, global warming, and the criminal legal system.

  • LeadersUp

    LeadersUp bridges the divide between the untapped potential of young people and the business challenge of finding and keeping the best talent.

  • Long Beach Residents Empowered (LiBRE)

    LiBRE supports resident-led base building with a focus on code enforcement/habitability, housing production and preservation, and the development of an intersectional housing justice coalition.

  • Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy

    LAANE's vision is to help build a new economy rooted in good jobs, thriving communities, and a healthy environment by achieving the effective enforcement of the Raise the Wage campaign; win a zero waste policy in Long Beach, and build community support for truck drivers’ organizing at the ports of LA and Long Beach.

  • Los Angeles Black Worker Center

    The Los Angeles Black Worker Center develops organized power and authentic grassroots leadership among Black workers to reverse the disproportionate levels of unemployment and underemployment in the Los Angeles Black community.