A Community On The Rise
Watts Is Not Equal To Crime
Watts Neighborhood Council Board Member Laisa (Chica) Caldwell was quoted in an LA Times article on violence in Watts saying she would not live anywhere else, because Watts is not equal to crime. It's not the only story in Watts.
Public Health Academy
Hey Watts Students! Check out this opportunity for free classes in Public Health.
Watts Community Comes Together for Tom LaBonge Day of Service
Thank you to the over 55 volunteers who came out to make this effort a success, including Sisters of watts, I Heart Watts, LAPD Operations-South Bureau, Los Angeles Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department, Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez, and Council District 7 community members.
WLCAC College Readiness Program
Get assistance from the Watts Labor Community Action Committee with College Readiness Workshops and more.
Find out about LAUSD Districting maps and where to submit public comment.