City of LA Service Contracts for Community Peace & Healing

Learn about LA Civil, Human Rights, and Equity efforts.
About This Event

Los Angeles is facing its history of institutional racism by working with community-based organizations that are trusted to implement this project. City representatives will share how community organizations can develop programs like the Peace & Healing Center model in nine Reforms for Equity and Public Acknowledgment of Institutional Racism (REPAIR) Zones: Arleta-Pacoima, Mission Hills-Panorama City-North Hills, Westlake, West Adams-Baldwin Village-Leimert Park, Skid Row, Boyle Heights, South Los Angeles, Southeast Los Angeles, and Wilmington-Harbor Gateway. See the RFP here: https://www.rampla.org/s/opportunity-details?id=0066g00003bjcrPAAQ

Key Takeaways
  • Hear from Department Reps on the goals and objectives of the RFP
  • Learn about requirements to assess if the project is a good fit for your organization
  • Ask questions not be addressed in previous Q&A
Intended Audience

Nonprofits serving the City of Los Angeles, especially in the nine (9) REPAIR Zones which are Skid Row, Arleta-Pacoima, Boyle Heights, Mission Hills-Panorama City-North Hills, Westlake, West Adams, South Los Angeles, Southeast LA (South LA east of the 110 Fwy) and Wilmington-Harbor Gateway.

Speakers
  • David Price, Director of Racial Equity, Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department
  • Joey Garcia, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department
  • Tristen Marler, Project Coordinator, Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department

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