The room was filled with Los Angeles' civic leaders and social justice supporters. Find images, video, and the materials from the event here...
Every year in the spring, we convene nationally recognize philanthropists, political leaders, and prominent experts in the field of early care and education in Sacramento. Learn more about this year's Water Cooler Conference.
A Call To Action: Los Angeles' Quest To Achieve Community Safety looks at L.A.'s extraordinary experiment to keep kids safe in the worst gang zones. The new report, assembled by our Urban Peace and Healthy City programs, highlights the City's progress toward public safety, and how to build on those successes to achieve comprehensive community safety in places where children are still exposed to chronic trauma and violence.
May 6, 2013
Educational Equity Director Kim Pattillo-Brownson selected as one of 16 leaders from across the county as a 2013-2014 Children and Family Fellow. The fellowship, now in its 20th year works towards measureable improvements for low-income children and families.
May 1, 2013
Both candidates celebrate the public safety progress made in L.A. on investing in neighborhoods most impacted by gang violence.