2004- Helped defeat Inglewood WalMart supercenter in Inglewood.
2013- Demanding $15/hr for WalMart workers.
2005- Founded the Coalition for Community Control Over the Police in response to LAPD killing of 13 year old Devin Brown on 83rd & Western.
Community Control Over the Police!
2007- Organized the Crenshaw Unity fightback against Ted Hayes MinuteKlan anti-immigrant march on Leimert Park.
Mobilizing Crenshaw to shut down white supremacists.
2009- Co-founder of Oscar Grant L.A. Coalition for Justice
Oscar Grant trial held in Los Angeles.
Justice for Oscar Grant!
10 years on, still Justice for Oscar Grant!
2007- Elected 2x to South Central Neighborhood Council
Original member of Southern California Immigration Coalition.
2010- Organizing community protests with SCIC of LAPD killing of immigrant worker Manuel Jamines Xum.
Arrested protesting LAPD killing of Manuel Jamines.
Stop the impounds direct action campaign, with South Central Neighborhood Council and Southern California Immigration Coalition.
2011- Warning undocumented drivers of LAPD checkpoints, which would impound cars for minimum 30 days, then auction them and split profits with towing company. Direct actions led to the CA drivers' license bill.
2012- Organized Trayvon Martin L.A. Committee for Justice.
Demanding Zimmerman's arrest.
2013- Elected Business Manager of Roofers & Waterproofers Local 36.
An injury to one is an injury to all!
Build the Peoples Democratic Workers Party!
2013- Led the Trayvon Martin Crenshaw protests.
Justice for Trayvon Crenshaw march.
Our Trayvon protest spills onto 10 freeway
2014- Fighting the deportation of union brother Ramon Mendez.
Legalization for immigrant workers!
2014- Led the Justice for Ezell Ford campaign.
8/14- 1st protests for Ezell Ford.
Organized the Mike Brown Ferguson solidarity protest
11/14- March down MLK to LAPD HQ. Led by Coalition for Community Control Over the Police.
Led 2nd day protest at downtown Federal Building.
2015- Watts Rebellion 50 year conference
Maxine Waters at our conference
Maxine Waters supporting the conference for Community Control Over the Police.
Ezell Ford mother, Carlos Oliva father
8/14- Led the first protests of D.A. Lacey.
2015- Led movement against D.A. Lacey.
8/16- Alice Corley, the mother of Lionel V. Gibson Jr.; Tritoba Ford, the mother of Ezell Ford; and Pamela Fields the mother of Dante Jordan, and Keyanna Celina at a protest outside the office of Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey.
2016- South Africa World Trade Union Congress
World Federation of Trade Unions Congress in Durban, South Africa
Workers of the World, Unite!
Addressing WFTU Congress
Organized WFTU conference in L.A.
Local 36 is 1st U.S. union to join WFTU since 1949!