It's spring in Los Angeles - and with it, a new promise of hope and renewal. I was honored to co-host an Interfaith Passover Seder with the Jewish Federation this past week, and to celebrate this season of rebirth and new beginnings. Though we could not gather in person, I still felt the warmth of our collective spirit.
It's that spirit that drives our work at LA Civil Rights - and that will build a brighter future for all of Los Angeles.
As we emerge from a long and dark winter of COVID-19, LA Civil Rights will continue fighting for equity, continue to empower underserved communities, and continue to have hope for our future. We face so many challenges, and inequities will not be solved overnight. But when we hold on to hope, we can change lives - and work toward the future we know is possible.
Until then, keep the faith and keep the fight.
- Capri Maddox
Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department