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LA CAN’s constituency consists of extremely low-income and homeless people, primarily those living in Downtown LA and South Central LA. LA CAN recruits organizational members


Legal Clinic

In 2004, LA CAN established a weekly legal clinic in partnership with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) in response to tenant rights violations, illegal evictions, and other growing

Food Justice Skid Row Market

Food Justice

Once a week, we provide organic produce at a price affordable to the low-income residents of this food insecure community. We also accept EBT/CalFresh. We organize food demonstrations, conduct nutrition education workshops, and distribute healthy recipes for dishes that can be made with our produce.

DWAC’s mission is to empower women who live and work in Downtown LA to influence public policy change that promotes health, safety, and


Housing Justice

LA CAN maintains that Housing is a Human Right and has engaged in preserving and improving extremely low-income housing since our inception. Starting with the


Human Rights

The protection of human and civil rights has always been a cornerstone of LA CAN’s work. Our constituents and members are steadily confronted by rapid attempts to side-step constitutional guarantees—oftentimes

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