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Watch The Trailer Now – Loudmouth Movie Premiere!

Turkey Giveaway & Toy Drive

Got Ideas On How To Improve Our Community?

Attention Southeast LA constituents! This Sunday, Nov. 6 is your last opportunity to share ideas for how to spend $1.5 MILLION in public dollars. Through the first LA REPAIR Participatory Budgeting, neighbors can be part of the decision making process to fund solutions that will improve low-income communities of color.
In all, this pilot program will distribute roughly $8.5 million in city funds directly to nine LA City communities, which includes District 9/Southeast LA. How those dollars are spent will be decided entirely by the community through a democratic process known as a Participatory Budget.
Submit your idea now at

Bulky Items / Community Clean Up Drop Off


Section 8 Waiting List – Now Open

Aapplication window opened Monday, Oct. 17 at 6 a.m.

Minimum Wage Increase

City of Los Angeles will increase minumum wage July 1 2022

Metro LIFE Program

Metro is reducing the cost of transit for low-income riders with the LIFE Program.

Everyone On!

EveryoneOn is helping Angelenos access low-cost internet services, & computers.

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

Fall & Winter 2022 Initiatives

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.