Show up for Chinatown with CCED
There are so many ways to join the movement! From showing up at direct actions for tenants, organizing tenants, making meals for our elders and tenants, delivering those meals, strategizing against developers and other gentrifying forces, making calls to our shitty elected representatives, there's work to be done.
We build grassroots power by developing relationships with community members in Chinatown. In doing so, we support residents to fight off evictions, cash for keys, landlord harassment and more.
Read our Chinatown Call to Action here:
Don't forget that you can also support Chinatown community-serving small businesses by patroning them. See our list at
COVID-19 Update -
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, our response has expanded to include more direct service. Our mutual aid efforts have consisted of supporting tenants who are more likely to be isolated, vulnerable to getting sick, and have a harder time accessing resources -- this includes our elders, folks with disabilities, and households with caregivers and healthcare workers. We have done this through weekly meal deliveries and care packages.
We are also partnering with Southeast Asian Community Alliance (SEACA) to collect donations for our mutual aid efforts in LA Chinatown
(Please write in "COVID-19 Mutual Aid" in donation notes)
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We will be emailing to follow up with you within the next two weeks! Thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing soon.
One of our long-time volunteers picking up a care package of masks, soap, and fresh meals to deliver. PC: Sophat Phea
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