A message from the LGBTQ Center Long Beach:
Black people have been killed, Black people are dying at the hands of police, our country is in crisis, and we all need to take action. We cannot sit on the sidelines, we cannot acquiesce, and we cannot assign responsibility to others. We, as leaders in the LGBTQ movement, must rise up and call for structural change, for divestment of police resources and reinvestment in communities, and for long-term transformational change. Now is the time to take action, and this letter amplifies our strong calls for urgent and immediate action to be taken.Read more
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Eligible Los Angeles County small businesses located within a ¼-mile of a Major Transit Stop could receive up to $20,000 in loan funds to cover operating expenses.Read more
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"For low-paid employees whose work is rarely if ever glorified — the people who clean the floors, do the laundry, serve fast food, pick the crops, work in the meat plants — having the jobs that keep America running has come with a heavy price. " -Los Angeles TimesRead more
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COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of Angelenos from every walk of life.
As an organization serving the international business community throughout Los Angeles, World Trade Center Los Angeles believes it is more important now than ever to come together during this extraordinary situation. WTCLA would like to share the following initiatives and resources from the County and City of Los Angeles to help address this crisis.