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KIWA (Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance)

Los Angeles, CA | http://kiwa.org
Joined in May 2004

About Us

KIWA is a multiracial worker center. Founded in 1992 in Koreatown, Los Angeles, the mission of KIWA is to build the power of immigrant workers and residents and to organize a powerful grassroots leadership to transform our workplaces and communities, in Koreatown and beyond. We engage in workplace organizing campaigns, policy and strategic enforcement to advance workplace and housing justice, affordable housing development, and services in Spanish, Korean, and English. We are a membership-based organization with a mostly Latinx and Korean immigrant worker base. Organizing and leadership development are central to our work and key to our vision for a just society. We work primarily in the areas of immigrant workers’ rights, workplace justice, and tenant & housing justice. We are a movement-building organization.

KIWA is a multiracial worker center. Founded in 1992 in Koreatown, Los Angeles, the mission of KIWA is to build the power of immigrant workers and residents and to organize a powerful grassroots leadership to transform our workplaces and…

Issue Areas Include

  • Civic Engagement
  • Economic Development
  • Housing & Homelessness
  • Immigrants or Refugees
  • Job & Workplace

Location & Contact

Current listings by KIWA (Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance)

JobsLocationDate Posted
Office ManagerLos Angeles, CASeptember 23, 2020

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