Black and Brown Clergy and Community Coalition

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. 

BBCCC Goals:

  • 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

  • Double Your Impact Today

    Your gift (up to $2,000) will be matched dollar for dollar on #GivingTuesday only. Double your impact and ensure that workers like Micaias do not struggle for justice alone in the coming year. Dear Friends,   Jose Preciado’s life has been transformed with the help of CLUE supporters like you.   But Micaias Pacheco is

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Double Your Impact Today

Your gift (up to $2,000) will be matched dollar for dollar on #GivingTuesday only. Double your impact and ensure that workers like Micaias do not struggle for justice alone in the coming year. Dear Friends,   Jose Preciado’s life has been transformed with the help of CLUE supporters like you.   But Micaias Pacheco is

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The Changes We Have Just Achieved Are Huge

A Testimonial from Jose Preciado, Lead Cook at Laguna Cliffs Marriott “We had so many brothers and sisters behind us, pastors and faith community, who were up there when we needed them at protests at the hotel. God talked to us and said, ‘You are not alone anymore. I promise to stay with you.’” –

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A Thanksgiving Message from the E.D.

Dear Friend,   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 as a member of CLUE.   We are in this together across regions and

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September 2021 Newsletter

If you read nothing else, read this:
More than 100 members of the Shut Down Adelanto Coalition met virtually to hear about the harsh conditions and urgent need to close the for-profit immigrant detention center. |
Clergy and community members are hopeful that efforts to secure fair wages and protections Port Truck Drivers are about to pay off. Read about the community-wide effort to pass three new state bills. |
After 10 months of nonstop struggle, 800 NUHW members at medical centers across Orange County won a new contract that offers living wages and a more sustainable workload. Workers are saying THANK YOU!

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November 2021: Updates from Across the Southland

Kingspan sheet metal workers go public with their campaign for safer working conditions. Disney workers hold a town hall to expose Disney’s inclination toward paying poverty wages. Catch up with the efforts to block the re-opening and expansion of the James A. Musick detention facility, and more!

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Long Beach and South Bay Update November 2021

Our People Our Port Coalition CLUE has been working closely with LAANE and a part of the coalition Our People Our Port, to fight for fair wages and protections for port truck drivers. Since the beginning of the year, we have been advocating for two-state bills, SB 338, AB 794, to create consequences for law-breaking

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