Philanthropy's Role in Addressing Inequity in South LA and Advancing Policy and Systems Change

Virtual Learning Session - February 2021

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DRIVER 3 - Part 2: Young Adult Voices in Justice Advocacy

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The South Central Rooted Report

A blueprint to dismantle multi-generational inequity and restore community health in South Central Los Angeles.

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Drivers of Disparity

From 1965 through 1992, after the Watts Rebellion, South Central LA endured decades of major economic restructuring, with the disappearance of union-dense manufacturing jobs, an abundance of new precarious services jobs and high unemployment, particularly among young residents

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A look into the past, present, & future of South Los Angeles.
A look into the past, present, & future of South Los Angeles.

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Listen to some familiar voices share stories about the history and the innovative solutions from South Central LA. Hosted by Elmer Roldan and Marlo Jenkins.

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Virtual Learning Sessions bring community leaders, policymakers, and the South LA BHC collaborative together to discuss issues facing South LA Residents.

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