Metro’s “Community Conversations” are online meetings hosted by community leaders to help us learn the histories, art, activism and cultural assets of the neighborhoods that shape Los Angeles County. Our next conversation, Advocacy and Empowerment in Koreatown, will take place on Thursday, Dec. 3 from noon to 1 p.m.
Join the Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA) to learn and discuss how their work has evolved since the 1990’s to meet the needs of immigrants, workers, and tenants in Koreatown. You’ll also hear about how their vision for public transportation is linked with an economically just future for the neighborhood.
- Alexandra Suh, Executive Director of KIWA
- Steve Cho, Organizer with KIWA
If you don’t have a computer or access to internet, you can call in:
877 853 5247 US Toll-free
888 788 0099 US Toll-free
833 548 0276 US Toll-free
833 548 0282 US Toll-free
ADA accommodations and translations are available by calling 213.326.1787 at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting.
Missed a conversation? Recordings are available here:
- ‘Our Journey to Visibility: Tongva Representation in Public Art,’ Julia Bogany (Nov. 17, 2020) https://bit.ly/36FfK3S
- ‘Main Street San Fernando Valley: Sustainable Economic Futures’, Sonya Kay Blake (Sept. 30, 2020) https://bit.ly/SFVCommunityConvo
- ‘Histories, Triumphs, an Challenges: Stories from Our South LA”, Nourbese Flint, Dr. Pastor Michael Fisher, Corey Matthews (August 25, 2020) https://bit.ly/2YyQgC9
- ‘The Spirit and Legacy of Asian American Activism in the 60s and 70s’, Miya Iwataki (July 29, 2020) https://bit.ly/miyaiwatakiconversation
- ‘Why I Love Chinatown: The Past, Present, and Future’, Eugene Wong Moy (July 15, 2020) https://bit.ly/3eEHxnb
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