Welcome!

The Watts Labor Community Action Committee (WLCAC) is a non-profit 501 (c) 3, community-based organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for South Central Los Angeles residents.
WLCAC is working to actively ensure the safety, health, and preparedness of the neighbors we serve, and of our staff and partners as we all face the Coronavirus pandemic. Under the Safer at Home order issued by Mayor Eric Garcetti, WLCAC programs are considered exempt: §5. vi. Emergency Personnel and §5. vii. D. Essential Activities Exempt (click here for the full order).

WLCAC's program sites are open with adjusted operations until further notice.

General Information About Safety and COVID-19

Resources for Individuals and Families During Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In compliance with recommendations from the CDC, city, county and state officials, the majority of our staff are working from home and our program operations have changed to maximize social distancing.
Until further notice, we have postponed all upcoming events with the exception of emergency giveaways of food and essential supplies.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions during regular business hours at 323.563.5639.

For a list of free resources available to individuals and families, click here.

For the latest information on staying safe, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website here.
Part of our COVID-19 relief efforts: Our Family Source Center and Reentry programs have been distributing free food and emergency supplies daily while supplies last.
To be notified of upcoming emergency supply giveaways please send your email address to wlcac09@gmail.com.
Family Source Center and Reentry Staff helping our neighbors receive free giftcards for COVID-19 relief, courtesy of the Mayor's Office of the City of Los Angeles.
A seven-acre arts facility is waiting in Watts for you to visit. Tucked away for those privileged to know, the Center features stunning public art installations, statuary, exhibits, and galleries devoted to American history and healing. Born of the ashes of the 1992 civil unrest, the Center, the premiere art facility of WLCAC is a special gift to the public, aimed at helping neighbors near and far understand the unique conditions that contribute to racial injustice in America.

We have continued our progress towards achieving our mission by building the community, building families, and serving people, and speaking out about current issues of the day. Check out our events and activities posted around our site and for updates on events, initiatives, and news. We are in the midst of updating and re-organizing our website. Please bear with us during the changes and contact us by phone at 323-563-5639 for more information.
HOURS & ADMISSION

ADMINISTRATION OFFICE
MONDAY-FRIDAY: 8:30AM TO 5:00 PM

EXHIBITS & MUSEUM
TOURS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
(TOUR TIME APPROXIMATELY ONE HOUR)
ADULTS/SENIORS/STUDENTS: $5.00
CHILDREN UNDER 5: FREE


ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT
FOR INFORMATION & GROUP TOUR RESERVATIONS CALL
323.563.5639

Title VI Compliance

WLCAC se ha comprometido a ofrecer excelente servicio al cliente y alta calidad de atención sin ser descriminado. Cualquier persona que sienta que ha sido discriminado en base a raza,color u origen nacional por WLCAC puede presentar una queja bajo Título VI completando elformulario disponible en la parte de abajo de esta pagina.

WLCAC is committed to providing excellent customer service and quality of care on a non-discriminatory basis.  Any person who feels they have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, or national origin by WLCAC may file a Title VI complaint by completing the form provided below. 
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