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SafePass – Contact Tracing

SafePass will allow users to self-report their symptoms for COVID-19 and receive notifications and alerts directly from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. All contact tracing data is anonymous, private, encrypted, and deleted after 30 days by Citizen. Officials encouraged residents to download the app to expand local efforts to track COVID-19 for L.A. County’s 10 million residents.

Using Bluetooth technology and anonymized data, SafePass tracks any close contacts with other users, and alerts them to potential exposures. Any users who have meaningful contact with another user who later tests positive for COVID-19 will receive a notification to get tested. The app also offers immediate access to eligible users for a free at-home testing kit for those who have been notified of exposure through the app and provides up to date information about all active testing sites in L.A. County. All location data is anonymized and deleted after 30 days. To learn more about SafePass, visit citizen.com/safepass.

Eviction Protections

Eviction protections are still in effect in LA City and not expiring. As protections are staying in place locally, we need our state and federal legislators to extend renter protections and provide financial relief for tenants and landlords across the state.

Everyone On!

The California Emerging Technology Fund & EveryoneOn is helping Angelenos access low-cost internet services, computers, & digital literacy services.

Housing Is Key

Qualifying renters & landlords are now eligible for 100% of rent & utilities owed. City of LA renters & landlords can NOW apply!

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

Winter Initiative – First 100 Days

Continue to connect with us as we push a thoughtful agenda and strategy on how the local government can meet the needs of the minority community. It is our job to hold everyone accountable on the platforms that they ran on. We are not just a vote, we are a movement.

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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