We use education as a tool to empower communities of color to unlock their ability to change their lives and the world around them.
We work to transform neighborhood conditions by improving the built environment and expanding access to resources that enable residents to be healthy and thrive.
We build power within our communities to mobilize residents so that they can identify and challenge systems of injustice and to advance policies that directly impact their lives.
Since 2020, we have distributed more than 2 million pounds of produce to Inglewood residents, senior citizen facilities, and food justice partners serving families throughout South Los Angeles.
With 3,379 students served, graduates from our Urban Scholars program have pursued further education at 32 campuses throughout the nation.
We anchor a growing coalition of more than 68,000 residents, businesses, community, and faith-based organizations working to advance housing and youth justice in Los Angeles County.
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