The Los Angeles Community Action Network organizes people to fight back against oppression.
BASED IN SKID ROW. WORKING GLOBALLY.
It’s a page right out of ‘Star Wars:’ Fresh drinking water made from thin air
As students at Kelly Elementary School in Compton finish up their P.E. class, they race over to their new Skywell Water Dispenser to fill up with cold, clean water.
Every fence erected around a park represents LA’s continued failure to house houseless people. Every fence illegally placed on a
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Check out our zine “Blueprint for Displacement: Breaking Down LAPD’s Echo Park Rehabilitation After Action Report” created in collaboration between
Appeals Court overturns judge’s order to house everyone on Skid Row
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 23 — A judge’s decision that would have required Los Angeles to offer some form of shelter
41.18 Amendment: A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing
41.18 Amendment: A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing Pete White, Executive Director, LA CAN The newly amended Section 41.18 of the
RIDLEY: Believe it or NOT!
RIDLEY: Believe it or NOT! An open letter to LA’s Black elected officials from LA CAN’s Minister of Culture I
HOW WE ORGANIZE
LA CAN is a member organization. Participation builds power. Get involved in one of our committees:
Arts and Culture
Our team of community artists addresses important social justice issues and fosters healing through music, art, performance, and creative expression.
Downtown Women’s Action Coalition
DWAC aims to address the feminization of poverty by uplifting the voices of Skid Row’s women and providing opportunities for healing, advocacy, and community building.
EcoHood Sustainable Housing
LA CAN’s EcoHoods development will provide the South LA community with affordable, sustainable, dignified housing without reliance on public funding.
Food and Wellness
The Food and Wellness Committee brings Skid Row residents and food justice allies together to improve the community’s food system with nutrition education, anti-hunger policy, and community gardening initiatives.
LA CAN maintains that housing is a human right and has engaged in preserving and improving extremely low-income housing since our inception through tenant organizing and advocacy, community planning, impact ligation, and grassroots policy.
Human & Civil Rights
Our fight to preserve the human and civil rights of LA’s poor and houseless residents is rooted in an abolitionist framework that addresses the deep-seated structural racism and inequality in Skid Row and other communities of color.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Join a Committee
Check out our committee calendar and call the office to get involved in a committee
LA CAN depends on the generous contributions of foundations, supporters, and community members to continue our critical work
Stay in the Loop
Receive info on what’s happening at LA CAN, including our publication Public Comment that features community news and commentary on local politics and policy.