As we know, redistricting is our once-a-decade opportunity to redraw our state’s district boundaries to ensure fair representation for all Californians. However, did you know cities and counties have their own independent redistricting process and commissions?
Locally, the City of Los Angeles is working on redrawing its council district boundaries. Like state redistricting, a local redistricting process helps assure that districts are drawn in a way that gives people equal and fair representation for the next ten years. Representation is power. Who represents you in City Hall can mean more or less affordable housing, cleaner streets, and political accountability.
Join us to learn more about the Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission, their plan for an inclusive and equitable redistricting process, what we know about the 2020 census data, and how funders and community organizations are working together to redraw our city.
President, Fred Ali Corporation
Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission City of Los Angeles
Senior Director of Special Projects & Communications, Weingart Foundation
Director of Civic Engagement, People's Bloc, Kirk Samuels