Our Mission To create a more humane and democratic society by responding to the needs and problems of disenfranchised people through leadership development and educational programs based on Popular Education methodology. Specifically our goal is to organize and educate immigrants concerned with solving problems in their own communities.

From the Executive Director : Comemorando y Luchando

Dozens of household workers and allies gathered this morning in front of the Ronald Reagan State Building in Los Angeles to commemorate the 2 year anniversary of the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights in California, AB 241. But the tone wasn't quite celebratory. That's because the caregivers, home care workers, nannies, babysitters and housekeepers present knew all too well that having a law on the books guaranteeing overtime means little if:

A) the law is not enforced
B) workers aren't educated
C) employers are not educated.

Welcoming Two New Staff Members to the Day Labor Project

IDEPSCA is happy to announce that the Day Labor Project (DLP) has two new staff members.
Omar Encinas (left) comes on board as coordinator for our Downtown Community Job Center and Alberto Rebalo (right) is the coordinator for the Harbor City Community Job Center. Both have experience working doing outreach and community development on Boyle Heights and we feel lucky to have them at IDEPSCA.

We're Hiring a Community Health Outreach Organizer!

The Institute of Popular Education of Southern California (IDEPSCA) is a nonprofit community based organization whose purpose is to promote self-determination in the Latino community in Southern California politically, culturally, and economically using popular education methodology. We promote the development of collective solutions to community problems.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Community Health Outreach Organizer
Reports to: Health Project Coordinator, Executive Director, and Board of Directors

Program: Workers Health Program
Status: Part-Time (20 hours/week)

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