Latino Coalition of Los Angeles – 13th Anniversary Celebration! [Free Tickets Available, Patio]

The Latino Coalition of Los Angeles (LCLA) and its board of directors cordially invite you to our 13th Year Anniversary on Thursday, November 17th, 2022, from 6:30pm – 8:30pm at the newly renovated Airliner LA in beautiful Lincoln Heights. THIS EVENT IS FREE.  For event and ticket information, please RSVP at

Join us and network with our vast community of BIPOC professionals, grassroot leaders, elected officials, and partners in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. Complimentary food and beverages will be available on a first come basis. Parking is conveniently located around the area at local, low-cost parking lots (N Broadway & S Ave 24) in addition to street parking – free after 6pm. The mixer will take place on the outdoor patio, so please dress appropriately.

LCLA’ mission is to empower BIPOC communities with the knowledge, resources, and services to achieve social justice & equity through civic engagement, coalition building, and advocacy. We connect a diverse, engaged, intergenerational, and empowered membership to effect systemic change.

This meeting will take place in lieu of our monthly membership meeting.  So come enjoy the wonderful ambiance while learning about LCLA, our achievements in 2022, and what you can anticipate in the year to come. See you soon!


3rd Annual WOM Covers Night and Costume Contest (Benefit for NOISE FOR NOW) feat Poor Willy Bots (CCR), Damn (The Damned) + The Stop Stops (The Go-Gos)! ($15 Presale/ $20 Same Day)

Join us in support of NOISE FOR NOW in support of reproductive justice and women’s rights advocacy! Find out more:


Poor Willy Boys (CCR) – Members of Ty Segall, CFM, Color Green, Grave Flowers Bongo Band)

Damn (the Damned) – Members of Emily Rose & the Rounders, Oog Bogo, Color Green, Feels and Small Wigs

The Stop Stops (The Go-Gos) – Members of Rugburn, Susan and Gal Pals

Bob Dylan – Jonny Kozmo and members of LA Takedown

Comedy Fundraiser for Eunisses Hernandez with River Butcher + Adam Conover from “Adam Ruins Everything!” [Upstairs, FREE w/ RSVP]

Featuring: River Butcher, Adam Conover and Kara Klenk

**Others to be announced**

Thursday, March 24 – Show at 8 pm, Doors at 7:30 pm

Thank you for helping us build community power!

Eunisses Hernandez – A proven transformational leader ready to reimagine Los Angeles

A proven transformational leader ready to reimagine Los Angeles
Our communities are suffering due to decades of bad policy and negligent city council leadership. The result is an unprecedented housing crisis, the nation’s largest jail population, and severely underfunded social services. The people of CD1 deserve better.

We envision a Los Angeles that invests in the needs of its people. Needs such as deeply affordable housing, structurally supported alternatives to incarceration, and expanded social protections that protect Angelenos from the violence of poverty. As a lifelong CD1 resident, she has made a successful career out of actively fighting for this vision in the name of her neighbors and loved ones. Eunisses has led campaigns, coalitions, and commissions that effectively put a check on politicians and transformed policies that were separating families while putting our youth behind bars. She has led major policy wins, such as Measure J and Care First, Jails Last, which have begun to drive hundreds of millions of dollars into expanding and creating access to community based services, housing, and support for young people in LA County.