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Organizing Korean and Latinx immigrant workers in to improve working conditions and our communities. .
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ACT-LA Nov 15
Metro is a community resource in desperate need of community input. How to: 🔵 Increase access? 🔵 Make commuters feel safe? 🔵 Engage more of the community? Reimagine the Metro and create safe and effective systems that work for all riders.
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KIWA Nov 15
Shout out to the paletera ;-)
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SAJE Nov 15
A larger police presence does not = a safer Metro. We need to stop wasting resources on policing commuters and start investing in transit improvement for all Angelenos. We want a and 😍 🚉
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ACT-LA Nov 15
What makes a metro stop feel welcoming? The artwork? The music? The layout?
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Karina Macias Nov 15
Love this activation of the Silver Line 37th St/USC station driven by community vision and action. Could this be the beginnings of a multi-use destination station? 🤓
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People for Mobility Justice Nov 15
Creating community safety through collective yoga and stretching. Envisioning transit justice at Metro stations today with
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KIWA Nov 15
A safe Metro is an accessible Metro for all. Let’s reimagine a Metro where riders feel secure, comfortable, and confident as they make their way across Los Angeles. What helps you feel safe on the Metro? 👩‍✈️ 👨‍✈️🙌 👏 🤝🚉🚌❤️
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KIWA Nov 15
Metro is a community resource in desperate need of community input. How do we increase access? How can we make every commuter feel safe? How can we engage more of the community? Reimagine the Metro and create safe and effective systems that work for all riders.
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KIWA Nov 15
Adding police isn't the public safety solution. By implementing diverse measures, we can create a safe, cooperative, & improved transit system. Invest in creative, community solutions. What would you change to make the Metro safer?
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People for Mobility Justice Nov 14
THIS FRIDAY‼️PMJ will be joining & other CBO’s for “Re-Imagining the Metro,” a pop-up activation event to re-imagine what public safety and care could look like in and around public transportation🚌🚊🚦Join us 3-5 on the Jefferson/USC Silver Line Station✨
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FWD.us Nov 12
What’s at stake today? For over 700,000 immigrants, provides work authorization and protection from deportation in the only home they’ve ever known. The Supreme Court will now decide their future. Meet the people fighting for a more inclusive America. Their .
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Dream Resource Ctr. Nov 12
. Executive Director, Alexandra Suh stands with recipients & undocumented youth as gets ready to argue our case at the Supreme Court today! ✊ Join in by signing the pledge at .
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KIWA Nov 12
Even GQ is saying it! Wage theft is a national crisis that makes gross wealth and income disparities even more biting.
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KIWA Nov 5
Join the community of supporters behind the Genwa workers fighting for fair wages and treatment. Sign the petition and show Genwa Korean BBQ that we
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KIWA Nov 4
TODAY: We must protect democracy and / . Join to talk about policies affecting immigrant communities, and how groups across CA are organizing to get out the vote.
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KIWA Nov 3
Policies affecting immigrant communities are on the ballot in our upcoming elections. Let’s / ! Join to talk about voter engagement and mobilization across California.
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KIWA Nov 2
Hey will you join us on Monday at 12pm PST for the hosted by ? Would be great to have your voice in the conversation!
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KIWA Nov 1
El cambio eres tu! You are the change. Join on Monday, Nov. 4 to discuss how organizations across CA are organizing, advocating, and fighting to / .
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KIWA Nov 1
There’s a lot at stake in our upcoming elections. Join on Monday, Nov. 4 at 12pm PT to discuss how immigrant rights groups in CA are mobilizing to / .
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MarketWatch Oct 29
The $15 minimum wage was supposed to hurt New York City restaurants — but both revenue and employment are up: OPINION
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