During #HispanicHeritageMonth, we recognize the beauty and brilliance of Los Angeles County’s Latino communities! I was proud to recognize distinguished Latinos who uplift #LACounty’s most vulnerable residents at a reception in their honor. ¡Adelante!
vimeo.com/361392919A Who's Who of movers and shakers were on the guest list at a reception hosted by Supervisor Hilda L. Solis to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month. From the… ... See MoreSee Less
We know that low-income communities and communities of color are suffering the most severe impacts from a changing climate, and it is our youth who will bear the full impact of the climate crisis.
By inviting a diverse group of youth stakeholders to participate in an LA County Youth Climate Commission, we are creating an historic opportunity for LA County to become the epicenter of a sustainable revolution: a greener world in which we improve health outcomes, foster economic vitality through clean energy jobs, and put a stop to the evolving climate crisis – led and shaped by LA County’s youth.
Our youth are an eternal source of hope and motivation. It is through their leadership that we can ensure a healthier, greener world for all. ... See MoreSee Less
Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis released the following statement after the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved her motion to begin the process to establish a Los Angeles Coun...
Club Scum empowers the LGBTQ Latinx community every day. I am proud Club Scum was recognized today by the John Anson Ford Human Relations Awards. I am equally honored to recognize Rodolfo Garcia and Ray Sanchez for championing the LGBTQ Latinx community through the creation of Club Scum.
Located on the border of East Los Angeles and Montebello in the heart of the First District, Club Scum offers members of the LGBTQ Latinx community a safe space where they can express themselves without fear of prejudice, discrimination, or violence.
Club Scum has evolved to work hand-in-hand with the community to launch fundraisers that uplift LGBTQ+ youth. Congratulations, Rodolfo and Ray! Los Angeles County Workforce Development, Aging & Community Services ... See MoreSee Less
On Friday, New York state and California state federal courts issued orders to block implementation of a new expanded definition of a public charge. This means that an expanded definition of a public charge cannot take effect, pending the outcome of these legal cases.
As we fight to defeat this harmful expanded definition of a public charge, I urge our immigrant residents not to disenroll from important health and food assistance programs.
LA County will continue to explore ways to support legal challenges to this new public charge rule, including filing and/or joining in as plaintiff, or as amicus in litigation opposing the new rule.
Knowing your rights, being prepared, and having the right plan for you and your family can help you respond to an immigration emergency. Use these useful links to make informed deci...