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Outreach Partners

Partners of Made in L.A. are national, regional or local organizations that would like to be associated with the film and all the activities and resources that will be generated in conjunction with our outreach campaign. We're asking our allies to help get the word out about Made in L.A., to raise awareness among your affiliates that it can be a useful tool to highlight the importance of your work, to use it in your organization, and to consider hosting screenings in communities where you work. As an outreach partner, your organization will be listed here, you will have access to special fundraising opportunities using the film, we will post relevant publications you may create, and we will list your campaigns in this website.

If you would like to become an outreach partner, or want to let us know about your organization to see if a partnership might be appropriate, please contact us.


Current Partners & Allies

In preparation for the broadcast, Active Voice, a team of strategic communications consultants known for their work with socially relevant documentaries, assembled the following national allies who were crucial in getting out the word about our broadcast:

American Friends Service Committee
Center for Law and Social Policy
Hispanics in Philanthropy
Inclusion
Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Service
National Immigrant Solidarity Network
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Service Employees International Union
Sweatshop Watch

The following outreach partners have come on board since our DVD release:

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Garment Worker Center
National Immigration Law Center
SweatFree Communities

In addition to these partners, we have a strong track record of working with local and regional organizations around specific events, and we have worked with the following groups to screen Made in L.A. and, in many cases, to use the film to draw attention to local issues:

All Saints Church (Pasadena, CA)
Amnesty International Western Regional Office
Asian Immigrant Women Advocates
Bay Area Immigrant Rights Coalition
Center for Community Change
Centro de la Familia (Colorado Springs, CO)
Community Coalition (Los Angeles, CA)
DC Lawyer Chapter of American Constitution Society for Law and Policy
Global Exchange
Hispanic American League of Artists (HALA)
Immanuel Presbyterian Church (Los Angeles, CA)
Interfaith Worker Justice
International Latino Film Society (San Francisco, CA)
Lower East Side Tenement Museum (NY)
MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlan)
Midwest Coalition for Human Rights
Mujeres Unidas y Activas (San Francisco, CA)
National Council of La Raza
Oxfam (TX)
PUEBLO (Santa Barbara, CA)
Progressive Jewish Alliance
Saint Paul Neighborhood Network (MN)
SAJE (Los Angeles, CA)
San Leandro Community Action Network (CA)
Scribe Video Center (PA)
SPIN network
Unidad Latina en Accion (New Haven, CT)
United Students Against Sweatshops
UNITE-HERE Joint Laundry Board (New Haven, CT)
Western MA Coalition for Immigrant & Worker Rights (Northampton, MA)

Finally, each campus event naturally brings together a number of diverse groups on campus and in the community. Here are just four examples of the coalitions that have come together for campus events around Made in L.A.: (For more examples and to learn how to bring Made in L.A. to you campus, visit our screenings page or contact us.)

Stanford Event: Sponsored by: The Riddell Fund and Residential Education. Collaborators: Okada, Casa Zapata, Asian American Activities Center, El Centro Chicano, Film Studies, Sweatfree Campaign, Stanford Asian American Activism Coalition, MEChA, CSRE.

UCLA Event: UCLA IRLE (Institute for Research on Labor & Employment, UCLA Labor Center, Critical Race Studies Program - UCLA Law School, School of Law's David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, Latin American Institute, Chicano Studies Research Center, Asian American Studies Department, MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlan), Conciencia Libre & Student Worker Front, Student Activist Project, Center for the Study of Urban Poverty

USC Event: Sponsored by the Political Student Assembly, Academic Honors Assembly, Latino/a Student Assembly, Women's Student Assembly, Program Board Speakers Committee, USC School of Social Work, Social Work Alumni Association, Latino Social Work Caucus, Social Work Student Organization, Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, and Graduate&Professional Student Senate. The USC Global Cultures Initiative, the Institute for Multimedia Literacy & the Department of Comparative Literature.

Yale Event: Sponsored by The Initiative on Labor and Culture, the Program in Ethnicity, Race, and Migration, Unidad Latina en Accion and the UNITE-HERE Joint Laundry Board.

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We're grateful for the generous support of our outreach work
from the following foundations:

The Fledging Fund
The Philadelphia Foundation

Diane Middleton Foundation
Agape Foundation

 

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