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Our state-by-state guide highlights an interactive map on changing voter registration address, details on how to vote by mail, and absentee ballot deadlines.

You can check it out here:

https://www.mymove.com/moving/guides/voter-registration-by-state/

National Action Network Commitment March Voting Resources:

https://nationalactionnetwork.net/commitment-march-voting-resources/

LA Represents Provides FREE Legal Services During COVID-19 Crisis

LA Represents offers free legal services to assist individuals and small businesses with issues ranging from bankruptcy matters, commercial leases, domestic violence, consumer debt, employment law and much more. For more information visit Coronavirus.LACity.org/LARepresents

How to Prepare For An Earthquake.

Remember that earthquakes can happen at any time. Every Angeleno should stay prepared.

Here are the steps you should take. Stay safe, L.A. Learn more at Emergency.LACity.org/RYLAN

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ShakeAlertLA

Register To Attend Our Proposition Forum October 21st!

Parking Enforcement Starts Again!

Parking enforcement starts again on 10/15; LADOT announces new economic relief & amnesty programs for parking-related fees/fines.

Rev. Al Sharpton’s New Book Is Out Now!

Free Food Giveaway!

We are offering you free food Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11am -1pm, at True Friendship Missionary Baptist Church

In Partnership With

Let’s Go To Work! Rev. Sharpton Weekly Livesteam

Fall Initiative – Election 2020

On (or before!) Nov. 3, 2020, you won’t just be casting your vote for president. In California, there are 12 ballot propositions that voters will be asked to consider besides the race for president and elected offices.

Many of the ballot measures are long and at times confusing. NAN|LA is here to help you sort out where you stand,  and guide you through election season 2020 in Southern California.

About National Action Network

National Action Network is one of the leading civil rights organizations in the United States. Founded in 1991 by Reverend Al Sharpton, NAN works within the spirit and tradition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to promote a modern civil rights agenda that includes the fight for one standard of justice, decency and equal opportunities for all people.

Mission of NAN Los Angeles

The purpose of National Action Network Los Angeles, is to challenge and transform the criminal justice and economic development systems that disproportionately impact urban communities of color.

We do that by providing advocacy, education, and empowerment services, along with opportunities for exposure in a variety of arenas that influence and create change on the state and local level.

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