What We Do
The Los Angeles Worker Center Network (LAWCN) was established in 2017 as a unique regional space for collaboration among the worker centers of the Los Angeles region.
Through worker organizing, policy advocacy, capacity building, and services, we build upon more than a decade of coordinated activities among the region’s worker centers to improve conditions in key low-wage industries.
LAWCN works strategically at the city, county, and state level to leverage opportunities and resources to create tangible advances for workers.
Visit our Victories page to learn more about our accomplishments to date.
Three strategic priorities, as identified by our network members, inform LAWCN’s work:
1. Increase the capacity of worker centers for long-term sustainability
2. Launch and amplify impact of campaigns
3. Coordinate and collaborate on organizer and staff training