In March, African American and Latino community residents participated in a social analysis of the Vernon-Central community. They reviewed demographic data from the United States Census to learn of the demographic transition South Los Angeles and the implications it has on the Vernon-Central community. Results of the Primary Elections for Council District (CD) 9 were[…]
On Saturday, December, 15 2012, CDTech hosted a Parent Summit focusing on residents in the 90011 zip code, otherwise known as Vernon/Central. CDTech outreached to families involved with ParentLink and Youth Lead, as well as local apartment complexes and other community groups. The summit engaged residents in community dialogue around hope, transformation, and change in[…]
CDTech joins UNIDAD as Local Residents Protest Displacement of Black and Latino Families and Businesses Resulting From USC Expansion Plan in South LA. The Community Demands a Smarter Plan to Close Gap between Rich and Poor at March 14th Public Hearing. Click Here to See News Coverage Benjamin Torres of CDTech says, “We understand that,[…]
Several ParentLink participants (pictured here) attend LAUSD’s 15th Annual Parent Summit and InfoTech at the L.A. Convention Center.
Vernon-Central youth and young adults, members of SpeakUp!, express their opinions on the current conditions of their community during this exercise. Later, they worked with muralist Raul Gonzalez of Mictlan Murals to develop a sketch for the mobile mural titled Faces of South L.A. Who We Were, Where We Are, & Where We’re Going.
Click Here! to view our new Health Corp Video! HealthCorps is a CDTech program that trains South LA residents to become community health advocates on pressing issues such as the local health care crisis, access to fresh, quality foods and more!
The 2010-2011 Digital Connectors program at CDTech will prepare 14 students with advanced digital literacy skills. Visit the sites here to see our students in action! Go to Page 12!
CDTech has worked closely with the group over three years developing their leadership skills, organizational infrastructure and supporting their community efforts. Click here to see their story.
Happy New Year! We at CDTech are looking forward to an incredible new year filled with new opportunities to collaborate with key organizations, resident leaders and other stakeholders to continue the struggle to bring economic opportunity, build leadership and strengthen the capacity of our most marginalized communities to revitalize themselves. Click Here for Complete Message!
The Green Urban Manufacturing Initiative (GUMI) launches the Green GUMI Page and Logo! Click on this Story to See What is Included on the Green GUMI Page!