CDTech’s Founder’s Award is presented to an individual who exemplifies the values of economic opportunity and community impact. For our inaugural year, CDTech is proud to present the Founder’s Award to a long-time partner in community transformation and advocate for economic opportunity, Linda Griego, during our 20th Anniversary Celebration on May 19th. Ms. Griego[…]
CDTech’s Leadership Award is presented to an individual who has dedicated themselves to exemplary community-focused leadership. This year, we are proud to honor Hon. Mark Ridley Thomas with the Leadership Award during CDTech’s 20th Anniversary Celebration on May 19th, 2016. Since he was overwhelmingly elected in November 2008 and reelected in June 2012 to the Los[…]
In South L.A., the unemployment rate is 2-3 times higher than the rest of the city. This past fall, 25 individuals refused to let this statistic define them and completed the UNIDAD Workforce Development Training Program, gaining much more than workforce skills. We invite you to hear and share their stories.
Sophanarot is currently a First Year Ally in our Public Allies, Los Angeles program. During a recent visit by Public Allies CEO, Adren Wilson, Sophanarot shared a bit of her family story. The Public Allies office were inspired to share her story nationally. We are truly honored to have incredible leadership working with our communities.[…]
In the words of Dr. King, “There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.” The Cultivating Consciousness Conference aims to foster dialogue about current events in South Los Angeles and, ultimately, inspire[…]
For the second consecutive year, CDTech, Vermont Square community residents and a number of community organizations such as Brotherhood Crusade, TRUST South LA, LATTC’s CPED Student organization and others will be gathering in solidarity in South Central Los Angeles to promote peace, unity and opportunity. The Vermont Square Unity, Peace and Opportunity Walk arose[…]
Written by: Lamont Lilly (This article was published by and originally appeared in Workers World) Los Angeles — The Community Planning and Economic Development Club at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College honored Sandra Bland, a victim of police terror in Texas, in a Student Day of Action Series on Oct. 7. The goal of this series[…]
Gentrification from Massive Project Would Harm the Health of Residents in South Central LA, Study Finds Mayor Garcetti and Council Member Price Refuse Community More Time for Input Los Angeles, CA, October 26, 2015 – Community residents and stakeholders are sounding the alarm on sever impacts expected from a $1 billion development – known as[…]