Come together with NCJW advocates from across California to meet with lawmakers and make change!
On May 19-20, 2020, we will head up to Sacramento to meet with our state senators and assembly members to share our work and collaborate on legislation impacting economic justice and equity for low-income women in California. Over the course of two days, we will learn about critical issues including poverty, healthcare access, reproductive justice, workplace equity and more.
Stipends are available for affiliated advocates to cover full or partial costs including airfare, hotel stay, and registration. Click the button below to register. Have questions or need more information? Please email our Advocacy Program Manager, Nabila Sosa.
Peer Educators Nayely, Lauren, and Serenity (left to right) were featured in Heroine Magazine’s newest edition. The spread, "IDENTITY, BODY DIVERSITY AND OWNERSHIP: LOS ANGELES ACTIVISTS," gave them a space to talk about consent education and how Change the Talk has impacted their lives.
Photo Courtesy of Danielle Levitt
On March 23rd, we are launching our first-ever in-store Financial Wellness Workshop focused on "All Things Credit!" Participants will learn to read and repair a credit report, ways to improve a credit score and techniques to build and maintain a productive credit history.
This workshop will be held from 6-8pm at our Canoga Park Council Shop, located at 21716 Sherman Way, Canoga Park, CA 91303.
Dinner will be provided to guests that RSVP in advance. Parents/Guardians with children are welcome to attend.
If you or someone you know is interested, please
RSVP today at (323) 655-3807
Join us to celebrate the winners of Consent and Cinema 2020!
Change the Talk invites YOU to support teen filmmakers from all over the country who stand against sexual violence. Join us on Saturday, April 25, 2020 6pm @NCJWLA. There will be opportunities to meet the filmmakers, take photos, and munch on snacks as we watch the best submissions from the film contest and crown this year’s winners.
Join us on Wednesday, March 18th, Melissa Acoba, Los Angeles Organizing Director, California Work & Family Coalition will share her expertise about Paid Family Leave, including the Governor's new budget, and our work ahead here in LA.
These monthly meetings are a space for community members, leaders and advocates to learn, plan, and reimagine what is possible WHEN communities join forces and advocate for the issues impacting those most in need. NCJW|LA is an open and safe place; we encourage, and welcome, and celebrate diversity and inclusivity at our meetings.
Our monthly meetings take place on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 6:30-8:00PM at our offices 543 N. Fairfax Ave Los Angeles CA 90036.
CARS (Charitable Adult Rides & Services) is a nonprofit organization that is here to make it easy to make a difference.
Donate your vehicle and designate the proceeds to NCJW|LA. Your generous, tax-deductible donation will go towards NCJW|LA’s efforts to Support Economic Justice and Equity for women.
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