August 5, 2020

UNIDAD Launches Public Land Campaign in South Los Angeles

For Immediate Release: July 29th, 2020 Contact: Maria Patiño Gutierrez  Ralph Jean, (404) 895-7004 Over 20 organizations and coalitions in South LA Sign Letter to Elected Officials  “Build Affordable Homes on Former Bethune Library Site, not a Hotel” South Los Angeles, CA—The United Neighbors in Defense Against Displacement (UNIDAD) Coalition and over 20 community organizations and coalitions serving in South Los Angeles have signed on to a public […]
April 13, 2018

Statement Release: STOP SB 827!

August 17, 2017

Statement Release: USC University Village

June 12, 2017

Media Advisory: The People’s Plan

April 26, 2017

The People’s Plan: Create Equitable Opportunities for South LA

March 2, 2017
UNIDAD members studying Southeast LA community plan map

“No on S” say UNIDAD Coalition: Longstanding Anti-Displacement Groups Make Clear Measure S Is Not the Answer

May 5, 2016

43,000 South LA Residents Risk Being Priced Out Due to Proposed Commercial Development

March 29, 2016

South Central L.A. in Bloom: Community Benefits Proposal for the Reef Development

October 28, 2015

Fast-Tracked Project Threatens South LA Community

MEDIA ADVISORY | LOS ANGELES, CA, OCTOBER 26, 2015 – Community residents and stakeholders are sounding the alarm on the severe impacts expected from a $1 billion development – known as “The Reef” – that is being fast-tracked by local officials. According to a new study, the gentrification caused by the proposed mega project in South Central LA would harm the health of local residents and risk displacing thousands. Dr. Holly Avey, Ph.D., of […]
October 27, 2015

Development in South LA: A Threat or an Opportunity?

Studies last year found Los Angeles to be the least affordable city in the country for renters.   The average Los Angeles renter spends 47% of their paycheck on rent; to afford the average apartment a worker would have to make $33 an hour. These facts are made even more meaningful if we consider that most people in LA — 52% percent — are renters, far fewer than in New York, […]