Partner
L.A.'s social justice epicenter since 1976

Grassroots Groups We Support

  • Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California

    Pilipino Workers Center supports organizing efforts in transforming the domestic worker industry in California by organizing Filipina domestic workers to lead wage theft enforcement strategies.

    http://pwcsc.org/

  • Pomona Economic Opportunity Center

    The PEOC is a non-profit day labor organization whose mission is to provide an opportunity for day laborers to find safe work at a fair wage, to obtain new trades and skills that improve their employability and quality of life, and to improve overall conditions for all immigrant workers.

    http://pomonadaylabor.org/

  • Redeemer Community Partnership

    Redeemer Community Partnership's mission is to create a safe, healthy, opportunity-rich community where children, youth and their families thrive.

    http://www.redeemercp.org/

  • Restaurant Opportunities Center of Los Angeles

    ROC-LA is a multi-racial, grassroots organization dedicated to winning improved working conditions and raising industry standards for all Los Angeles restaurant workers by building power and uplifting the voices of restaurant workers to launch workplace justice campaigns against low-road employers engaged in discrimination, exploitation, and abuse in the L.A. restaurant industry.

    https://rocunited.org/staff-and-locals/los-angeles/

  • Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples

    Sacred Places Learning Institute advocates for environmental, social and cultural justice and works locally, regionally, and globally to build the capacity of Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples to protect sacred lands, waters, and cultures.

    http://www.sacredplacesinstitute.org/

  • Social Justice Learning Institute

    Social Justice Learning Institute is dedicated to improving the education, health, and wellbeing of youth and communities of color by empowering them to enact social change through research, training, and community mobilization.

    http://www.sjli.org/

  • Strategic Actions for a Just Economy

    SAJE builds commuity power and leadership for economic justice to support efforts to eliminate slum housing, expand tenants’ rights, reform redevelopment, build community capacity in land-use planning, and improve jobs and income in the Figueroa Corridor.

    http://www.saje.net/

  • Strategic Concepts in Organizing and Policy Education

    SCOPE builds grassroots power to advocate for jobs and equitable public investments in low-income communities through voter engagement strategies, strategic alliance building and regional collaboration.

    http://scopela.org/