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WHO OPPOSES CHARTER AMENDMENT C?

The following organizations, individuals and media fully oppose Charter Amendment C:

Organizations

ACLU of Southern California

Advocates for Black Strategic Alternatives

African American Cultural Center (Us)

African American Policy Forum/ #SayHerName

AF3IRM LA

Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE)

A New Way of Life

Anti-Racist Action-LA/People Against Racist Terror

Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

Bend the Arc

Black Community, Clergy and Labor Alliance

Black-Jewish Justice Alliance

Black Lives Matter - Los Angeles

Black Women for Wellness

East Area Progressive Democrats

California Faculty Association – Los Angeles

Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE)

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

Community Coalition

Crenshaw Subway Coalition

CreatingJustice.LA

Democratic Party of San Fernando Valley

Dignity and Power Now

Guerrilla Food Not Bombs

Hunger Action Los Angeles

Inner City Struggle

Instituto de Educacion Popular del Sur de California (IDEPSCA)

Justice Not Jails

League of Women Voters Los Angeles

Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE)

Los Angeles Black Worker Center

Los Angeles Community Action Network

Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD)

Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP)

L.A. Voice

Miracle Mile Democrats

MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles

National Action Network

National Day Laborer Organizing Network

National Lawyers Guild 

New and Letters Committee, Los Angeles 

North Valley Democratic Club

People Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER)

PICO California

The Reverence Project

Sacramento Regional Coalition

San Fernando Valley Green Party

Solidarity Network LA

Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Southern California

St. John’s Well Child and Family

Stop LAPD Spying Coalition

Strategic Actions for a Just Economy (SAJE)

Strategic Concepts in Organizing & Policy Education (SCOPE)

The Church Without Walls

United Teachers Los Angeles

Urban Peace Institute

Vigilant Love

Western Regional Advocacy Committee

White People for Black Lives

Youth Justice Coalition

 

Individuals

Rev. Eddie Anderson

Professor Jody Armour

Larry Aubry

Danny Bakewell, Jr.

Karen Bass, Congressmember, 37th District CA

Pastor John Cager, Ward AME Church

Robert Farrell, Los Angeles City Council (retired)

Professor Regina Freer, Chair, Politics Department Occidental College 

Delonte Gholston, Pastor of Children and Youth, New City Church of Los Angeles

Channa Grace, WORKS* (*for identification purposes only)

Phyllis J. Jackson, PhD, Associate Professor Pomona College, Claremont, CA

Dr. Maulana Karenga

Patrisse Khan-Cullors

Nancy Kim

Rabbi Jonathan Klein

Annette McDonald

Rabbi Heather Miller

Connie Rice, Civil Rights Lawyer

Rev. Kelvin Sauls, Holman UMC

Aqeela Sherrills

Pastor William D. Smart, Jr. 

Najeeba Syeed

Anthony Weiss

 

Media

Jewish Journal

L.A. Progressive

Los Angeles Sentinel

Los Angeles Times Editorial Board See endorsement

LA Watts Times

Any proposal that allows cops who’ve already been found guilty of misconduct to choose their disciplinary process is bad.
— Melina Abdullah, BLM-LA, @DocMellyMel