L.A.'s social justice epicenter since 1976

Grassroots Groups We Support

  • Khmer Girls in Action (KGA) empowers Southeast Asian youth in Long Beach to work for gender, racial and economic justice.

  • The Korean Resource Center uses education, culture, organizing and coalition building to empower low income communities of color, including Asian American and Pacific Islanders and immigrants.

  • Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA) is fighting wage theft, gentrification, and displacement among low wage workers and residents of Koreatown.

  • L.A. Human Right to Housing Collective’s goal is to build a citywide tenant rights movement in Los Angeles.

  • LA Voice works to increase the quality of life for immigrants and formerly incarcerated people by fighting for rehabilitation and reentry programs.  The organization also supports low income people impacted by transit expansion.