Black and Latinx Pastors Working Together
The Black/Brown Clergy/Community Coalition (BBCCC), builds a common advocacy agenda for African American and Latinx pastors in Southern California.
- Ensuring healthcare for all
- Building a larger, fairer economy
- Ending homelessness and pushing for affordable housing
- Defeating laws that over-police low-income people and people of color
- Protecting union rights and the labor movement
- Ending police violence in our communities
- Working for true immigration reform
Check the Sheriff
On July 15th, 2020 a coalition of religious leaders, unions, and community partners representing tens of thousands of Angelenos presented a letter to the LA County Sheriff’s Department to demand the resignation of Sheriff Alex Villanueva.
A Larger, Fairer Economy
- “We’re never safely staffed because every month more people leave for jobs that provide better pay and less stress,” said a phlebotomist from the hospital.14 December 2022
“We’re never safely staffed because every month more people leave for jobs that provide better pay and less stress,” said a phlebotomist from the hospital.
After more than a year and dozens of community support actions, CLUE is so proud to announce that on Friday, December 2, 2022, 800 of our incredible healers at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital (FVRH) won a life-changing contract that will transform the quality of patient care and working conditions at one of the biggest hospitals in our county!
Dear Friend of CLUE, I wanted to drop you a quick video note of thanks as you celebrate this holiday weekend! Watch the Video Here Thank you for being a part of the movement to create a more sacred and just society! Together, across regions and religions, wearing many faces, we are
We Build a Sacred and Just Society One Vote at a Time! Clergy and community members from across Southern California came together to pass affordable housing, living wage, and Sheriff accountability measures at the ballot box. It was a huge victory for low-wage workers, immigrants, and communities of color who continue to struggle in the
Saturday, October 29, 2022 8AM to 10AMMcCarty Memorial Christian Church Fellowship Hall, 4103 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90018 Join Co-Emcees Pastor Cue Jn’Marie and LA City Council Member Eunisses Hernandez for the King Chavez Breakfast as they facilitate a space for our Black and Brown Clergy and Community members to listen and share