REAL JOBS. REAL SKILLS. REAL PROTECTION. REAL CHANGE.

Funders & Advisory Committee

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The Los Angeles Black Worker Center's impact would not be possible without the generous support of our funders and donors. Their grants and contributions allow us to develop grassroots leaders who strengthen all of Los Angeles through the advancement of economic and racial justice for Black workers and the families that rely on them.

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Executive Director, Community Coalition

Gloria Walton, Executive Director, SCOPE

Yardenna Aaron, Administrative and Research Coordinator, Maintenance Cooperation Trust Fund

Betty Hung, Policy Director, Asian Pacific American Legal Center

Malcolm Carson, Managing Attorney, LA Legal Aid Foundation

Faith Culbreath, Director of External Affairs, SEIU- ULTCW

Alice Goff, President, AFSCME 3090

Regina Freer, Professor, Politics Dept., Occidental College

Victor Narro, Project Director, UCLA Labor Center

Edna Bonacich, Professor, Sociology and Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside

Shawn McCloud, Assistant Business Manager, IBEW Local 18

Eric Brown, Director, Compliance Department, IBEW Local 11

Steven Pitts, Labor Specialist, UC Berkeley Labor Center

Margaret Hawkins, President, Western Region, AFRAM

Larry Aubry, A. Philip Randolph Institute, Journalist

Erin Aubry, Independent Journalist and Community Activist

Kokayi Kwa Jitahidi, Senior Community Organizer, MA’AT Community for Change and LAANE