I’m proud to support Isaac Bryan for California’s 54th Assembly District.
Isaac Bryan is a community organizer, scholar, and policy shaper. He also serves as the founding Director of the UCLA Black Policy Project, and previously served in L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office of Reentry. Bryan is an executive board member of the Justice LA Coalition, and a member of the PUSH LA Coalition.
Isaac Bryan represents the next generation of leadership for Los Angeles and California. He has proven to be a force for change – as an organizer, academic, coalition builder, and powerful voice for changing our system of justice.
He is running to represent the 54th district, which includes Baldwin Hills, Crenshaw, Culver City, Ladera Heights, Leimert Park, Mar Vista, Mid-City Los Angeles, Palms, West LA, Westwood and Windsor Hills. Because Sydney Kamlager has moved on to the Senate, there is a vacancy for this district, and a special election primary will be held on May 18th.
Bryan co-chaired the Measure J Campaign in L.A. County that secured nearly a billion dollars in permanent funding for Youth Development, Small Business Support, Alternatives to Incarceration, Affordable Housing, and other forms of community investment.
I’m inspired by his leadership and endorse him wholeheartedly for California’s Assembly.