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East LA Community Corporation Los Angeles, CA

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After decades of criminalization, street vendors achieved a major victory in getting their legal status recognized by the Los Angeles city council in 2018. This article highlights the work of community organizations, including NALCAB member East Los Angeles Community Corporation, in raising awareness about the vulnerability of beloved street vendors as we strive for a more just and equitable recovery post-pandemic.

Latino Economic Development Center Washington, DC

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With support from Kaiser Permanente, NALCAB selected 39 community organizations, including LEDC, to receive support potentially reaching nearly 12,000 entrepreneurs.

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How Street Vendors Can Build a Just Economy: Lessons from Los Angeles

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Furthering Equity Among Latino Communities Recovering from the Pandemic

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LEDC’s Shared Ground Farmers’ Collaborative Gives Back With Food Boxes for Families in Need

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From Kitchen Incubator to Whole Foods Contract: The Journey of Alicia’s Tamales

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