Opportunity Zones and Disaster Capitalism

By Alex Ferrer Opportunity Zones are a massive tax incentive program for investors with capital gains to put their money into projects in designated low income communities. As we talk about in our report Displacement Zones, the Opportunity Zones tax breaks create a predatory relationship where outside investors receive huge giveaways to engage in extractive projects with no protections ensuring

COVID19 Resources

In support of nationwide efforts to promote safety and reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 SAJE has adjusted our operating procedures. In-person meetings and onsite services have been suspended indefinitely. However, we’re still offering community support. Visit our Tenant Action Clinic page for information on COVID-19 adjusted clinic format. You can find helpful resources and important updates on emergency order

Saving Tips for Renters

Conservation is a community effort. Every member of our communities plays an important role in maintaining LA’s resources. When we each do our part to conserve, the result is a healthier, happier, hydrated Los Angeles. If saving resources, isn’t exciting enough, how about saving money while you do it? Here are five saving tips for renters from the Los Angeles

Women Making History Every Day- Gilda Haas

In 1995, Gilda Haas had a vision of her own Beloved Community. In her vision, justice and equity were the building blocks for community development. With that foundation, all people could share community prosperity. Through her leadership and the strength of unity, Haas and her fellow neighbors set out to build their Beloved Community and founded Strategic Actions for A

Keep Calm and Stay COVID-19 Free

This morning, Mayor Eric Garcetti, and LA County Supervisors declared a state of emergency for the city of Los Angeles and greater LA County, due to the spread of coronavirus. So far, California has 50 recorded cases, and the first coronavirus death was confirmed this morning. Elected officials and experts at the LA Department of Public Health are urging residents