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The Community Compliance Monitoring Project (CCMP) implements community monitoring of public works projects, policies, hiring practices, and co-produced enforcement strategies that strengthen Black participation in publicly funded construction sites. Our campaign helped hold employers and officials accountable, such that in one year the number of Black workers on the Crenshaw-LAX line increased from 2% to 19%. Vigorous monitoring ensures we build an equitable and representative workforce.

The Community Compliance and Monitoring Project (CCMP): Robust and vigorous enforcement that brings worker organizations and agencies together to monitor, track, and problem solve, ultimately to build a representative workforce in the construction industry in Los Angeles. CCMP works to impact policies that will address the underrepresentation of Black workers in the economy and promote equity and mobility among Black and other underrepresented workers in the Los Angeles construction sector.

By monitoring and tracking diversity and establishing worker committees to discuss and solve issues, the CCMP program help to ensure world-class jobs sites that are fair, safe, and open to our communities. The results of their research, published in regular reports are used to address gaps in compliance by bring workers, agency, contractors, unions, elected leaders together to solve gaps in compliance and ensure world-class jobs sites that are fair, safe, and open to our communities.

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