Media Advisory for Tues., Apr. 16, 2019 – On Day Four of Tent City, USC Leadership Will Be Given 48 Hours to Respond to Demands Following Noon Rally and March into Campus

Since popping up Saturday, the Tent City has been buzzing with activity, with participants holding a community mass on Palm Sunday, listening sessions with local politicians, and tenants’ rights workshops and legal clinics for residents affected by the rapid gentrification of South Los Angeles at the hands of USC’s civic leaders. The action has drawn elected officials and prominent community leaders from across Southern California and beyond, including Former Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León and Pastor William Smart, President and CEO of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.

Media Advisory for Mon., Apr. 15, 2019 – As Growing Tent City at USC Enters Third Day, Organizers to Host Tenants’ Rights Workshop and Legal Clinic to Empower Local Residents Suffering from Gentrification and Displacement in USC’s South L.A. Backyard

The Tent City at the Trojans’ famous Trousdale Parkway entrance first appeared with the start of the “Los Angeles Times-USC Festival of Books” this past Saturday, where organizers unveiled their demands to incoming President Dr. Carol Holt, and asked her to meet with them directly. It has transformed into an epicenter of activism for Angelenos fed up with destructive effects of policies pushed by USC’s leaders – both on campus and off. Participants have promised the Tent City will remain at the University’s gates until the coalition’s demands are met.

Media Advisory for Sat., Apr. 13, 2019 – USC Students and Community Allies to Erect Tent City at Entrance of ‘Festival of Books,’ Demand Immediate Accountability from USC Administration for Being ‘Bad Neighbor, Bad Employer and Bad Leader’ in Los Angeles

A broad coalition of students, academia, and various Los Angeles community groups will erect a Tent City near the University of Southern California (USC) campus’ Trousdale Parkway entrance at this weekend’s “Los Angeles Times-USC Festival of Books.”

Media Advisory for: Mon., Nov. 17, 2018 – L.A. County Nurses to Go on 4-Day Strike Starting Tuesday Morning, Citing Non-Stop Title 22 Labor Law Nurse-to-Patient Ratio Violations

Strike for Patient Safety to Affect 7,000+ Nurses at L.A. County’s Major Public Hospitals and Clinics; At Heart of Strike Is Chronic Retention Crisis in Busiest ERs, Trauma Centers; 5K+ Patients in One Year Leave LAC+USC Without Being Seen as 1K+ Nurse Positions Stay Vacant Despite Ample Funding to Fill … Read More

Media Advisory for: Fri., Sept. 21, 2018 – Fix L.A. Coalition Challenges Mayor Eric Garcetti: ‘Before You Bounce to the White House, Fix Your Own House’

Citing Mayor’s Own Missed Deadline of June 2018 to Restore Services and Create 5,000 Jobs, Fix L.A. Coalition Highlights the Consequences: Trashed Alleys, Broken Sidewalks, Insufficient Recreational Programming, Unreasonable 311& 911 Wait Times, Aging Infrastructure and Inadequate Homeless Outreach LOS ANGELES—In response to Mayor Eric Garcetti’s quest for the White … Read More