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Mayor Eric Garcetti Visits Jordan Downs, 50 Years After the Watts Rebellion
Mayor Garcetti spent Friday traveling through the community, beginning at the corner of 116th Street and Avalon Boulevard, where he met with a small group of residents to share stories of their experience. After a visit to the Watts Labor Community Action Committee headquarters where he spoke to students from local high schools about the importance of education, Garcetti met with the resident leaders of Jordan Downs to discuss on-site programs such as the Mommy & Me child development classes...
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HACLA Hosts Family Movie Night

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HACLA Hosts Family Movie Night
This summer, hundreds of families throughout our public housing communities had a chance to spend time with our management staff and their neighbors through the Family Movie Night event. The get together was put on by each site’s manager to help build positive family relationships. Estrada Courts and Rancho San Pedro were the first sites to host a movie night, where a family friendly Disney movie Frozen was shown to the residents and their children. To enhance the movie viewing experience, ma...
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UrbanTXT Sponsors Hustle & Code Hackathon at Nickerson Gardens, Children Make Apps and Websites for the First Time
Nickerson Gardens held its first day-long Hackathon, where one hundred (100) children spent the afternoon designing phone apps and websites to help improve their community. The winning entry was the website Feed Watts, where one could add the date of a food drive or giveaway. Other entries included a phone app that combined pictures with geolocation to let residents report trash and broken streetlights. Another, Green Team, turned volunteering into a game where participants could earn points to ...
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Mayor Eric Garcetti Hosts 1st Annual “10,000 Strong” Veterans Career Summit
Los Angles – Mayor Eric Garcetti hosted the “10,000 Strong” Veterans Career Summit at LA Trade Tech College (LATTC) on July 14 to celebrate the first anniversary of the annual “10,000 Strong” Veterans Hiring Initiative. “10,000 Strong” is a coalition of over 100 companies and 50 community organizations who committed to hiring 10,000 local veterans by 2017. The main goal of the initiative is to help participating companies hire veterans, assist veterans with accessing career services and r...
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  • HACLA Launches Jobs Plus Program at Nickerson Gardens
    The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) announced yesterday the launch of the Jobs Plus Program at Nickerson Gardens Sage Center. The initiative is funded by a grant in the amount of ...
  • HACLA Youth Receive $51,000 in Scholarships
    Forty-six (46) graduating high school seniors living in Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) public housing developments and Section 8 were recently awarded academic scholarships. St...
  • HACLA All-Stars Participate in HomeWalk2019
    The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angles (HACLA) participated in the United Way’s annual HomeWalk on Saturday, May 18th in Grand  Park, Downtown Los Angeles. HACLA’s “All-Stars” team brok...
  • HACLA Attends HouseLA Event for Landlords
    The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) attended the HouseLA event to promote the advantages of the Homeless Incentive Program (HIP) for landlords. HACLA has partnered with the Housin...