"We’re doing this because we want to improve the community and help people with the problems they’re facing. People shouldn’t be defined by the worst moment in their lives.”
-Kevin Reyes, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles
Prop 47 in the News
- As crime rises, Long Beach leaders are looking for solutions (Press-Telegram)
- Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles to hold Long Beach Prop. 47 clinic (LB Post)
- Studies Suggest Legislation Not to Blame for Rising Crime Rates (LB Post)
- Long Beach Justice Fair Helps Reduce Felonies To Misdemeanors (Gazettes)
This webpage is compiled by the Long Beach Coalition for Safety and Justice. Member organizations include A New Way of Life Reentry Project, Building Healthy Communities: Long Beach, California Conference for Equality and Justice, Californians for Safety and Justice, Centro CHA, Community Coalition, Greater Long Beach Interfaith Community Organization, Helpline Youth Counseling, Long Beach Community Action Partnership, Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership, and Project ALOFA.