Concerned Citizens of South-Central Los Angeles (CCSCLA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization who since 1985 has worked for positive social change for our minority communities, economic empowerment, criminal justice reform, educational advancement, and principled prison reform within the South-Central Los Angeles community and beyond. #helpminoritiesthrive
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With the advent of recent unrest in the inner cities and across the country due to the violence police have perpetrated within the black and brown communities, CCSCLA believes that by meeting and exceeding the fundraising goal that we can amplify our message of broad minority empowerment through advanced education, economic empowerment, criminal justice reform and advocating for stricter police accountability on all levels where it concerns the policing of our communities. …
LOS ANGELES — Noreen McClendon the Executive Director of Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles (CCSCLA), announced today that in partnership with RyPul Threat Assessments, BlacTree Inc, White Rhino Group Inc., Paxton Co., and other entities within the State of California, CCSCLA will provide a cost-free jobs training program connected to guaranteed sponsored employment through her nonprofit organization Concerned Citizens of South-Central Los Angeles.
This partnership according to McClendon looks to provide stable employment for justice-involved men and women who have turned their lives around and who are seeking a life of freedom through hope, education, and employment.
Concerned Citizens of South-Central Los Angeles expects to train hundreds of formerly incarcerated men and women in the next 18 months via its nonprofit prisoner reentry job training program and provide a path to permanent employment with local California businesses who have agreed to take on these individuals once they are trained in everything from administrative duties, security, soft computer skills, business operations, vehicle operations, cultivation and more. …