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SCOPE Members Remember the 1992 Los Angeles Uprising

On this 25th anniversary of the L.A. Uprising, to commemorate and reflect on the pivotal event, we sat down with SCOPE members, Joaquin Meneses and Carolyn Riley, and asked them to share their personal experience of the Uprising. Joaquin was a recent immigrant from Mexico living in Koreatown in ‘92 and remembers both the community

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Civic Engagement

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT For more than 20 years, SCOPE has fought for new job creation models in Los Angeles. However, there’s a critical need for everyone to pay their fair share of taxes so that those programs can become a reality, and government can do its job to meet our community’s needs. Providing quality education, public

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Building Community Power in South L.A. One Block at a Time

  SCOPE partner, the Center for Community Change profiles our neighbor-to-neighbor civic engagement model for building community power. What inspires SCOPE member Shay Salter and President & SCOPE CEO Gloria Walton to stay engaged? Their belief─and ours─that communities in South L.A. need your voice and your vote this election day. Watch as Shay and the

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Passage of State Climate Bills, A Win for Equity and Justice

In the final hours of the last day of the California legislative session, lawmakers sent multiple pieces of climate and environmental justice legislation to the Governor’s desk, creating a new center of gravity around communities most impacted by pollution and poverty. These hard fought wins are a direct result of the leadership, power and organized

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Volunteer to Door Knock with SCOPE

This year, SCOPE has a goal of contacting more than 50,000 voters–but we can’t achieve this without the help of SCOPE members, community residents, students, and our allies. That is why we are reaching out to ask that you volunteer this Saturday morning with us to help Get Out The Vote in South Los Angeles.

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