We propose a sweeping regional agenda for system change.
To make a better Los Angeles, we must center racial equity, align systems and hold them accountable
Change can only happen when we change the way we do things
There is no return to a system that over-policed, over-incarcerated, and under-delivered.
We should have no nostalgia for an economy that didn’t work for all ANGELENOS
We can redefine community safety, make schools hubs of learning and connection, and support youth and community organizing.
The time is now.
Address anti‐Black racism in all its forms
Build an economy that centers those who have been left behind and excluded in future strategies
Enhance the physical and mental health systems that can support communities and individuals living with the trauma of systemic neglect and oppression
Create housing for all and end unsheltered homelessness.
Ensure access, mobility, and voice for immigrants regardless of status.
Support education access for all children and all communities
Celebrate and support youth leadership and empowerment
Strengthen the non-profit sector as a key part of civil society
Develop both community power and accompanying metrics to hold systems accountable
Promote leadership and alignment for equity across business, community, philanthropy, and multiple levels of government
What does an equitable la look like to you?
please share your very valuable insights as to what you believe an equal Future for ALL LA RESIDENTS means to you
“An Equitable la for me would be a place where i can find a stable income to support my family”