Assemblymember Tinna McKinnor of Inglewood named the Social Justice Learning Institute as the 2023 Nonprofit of the Year. This special recognition signifies the growth of the organization, as well as its impact in the communities they serve throughout Inglewood and South Los Angeles. SJLI’s work to meet the needs of the community through addressing food insecurity, developing youth leadership opportunities, and elevating their voices on the housing crisis has made the organization a leader and change agent in the community.
“We’re so grateful for this wonderful opportunity,” says Executive Director Derek Steele. “Thank you to Assemblymember McKinnor for being a continued supporter of the work we’re doing in the community.”
Read more in the Los Angeles Sentinel on Page 5 here.
Watch Assemblymember Kinnor interview Executive Director Derek Steele and Director of Development and Communications Megan Hayward.
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