L.A.'s social justice epicenter since 1976

Grassroots Groups We Support

  • Labor/Community Strategy Center is working to end the criminalization and mass incarceration of Black and Latino communities by addressing the conditions inside LAUSD that put students on the path to prison.

  • Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) is working to achieve effective enforcement of new wage laws, win a zero waste policy in Long Beach and build community support for truck drivers who are organizing at the ports of L.A. and Long Beach.

  • The Los Angeles Black Worker Center uses action and unionization to increase access to quality jobs, reduce employment discrimination, and improve industries that employ Black workers.

  • The Los Angeles Center for Community Law and Action (LACCLA) is a community organization based in Boyle Heights that organizes buildings and neighborhoods in Los Angeles County and beyond to push back against the displacement of low income residents from their communities.

  • Los Angeles Community Action Network (LA-CAN) fights for economic and racial justice while addressing issues such as tenant rights, affordable housing, homeless rights, economic development and healthy food access.