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That is why the largest racial justice coalition in California stands in support of Proposition 15.
Endorsed by:
We have worked tirelessly to build a just and fair California for all of us. Because no matter where we come from or how much money we have in our wallets, we should all have the things we need to thrive.
This election, Californians can level the playing field for communities by passing Prop 15. It will reclaim $12 Billion a year for our schools and communities by closing corporate property tax loopholes.
For too long, a handful of corporations have spent a fortune to scare and divide us while they refuse to pay their fair share. These shady schemes have cost our communities and have left us vulnerable during this pandemic, especially Black, Latino, and Indigenous communities. As taxpayers, homeowners, and small businesses, we have paid more than our fair share.
Enough is enough.
Join us in voting yes on Proposition 15. Together we can make the wealthiest corporations pay their fair share and build a California where we can all thrive.
  • Bill Lann Lee, Former Ass’t Attorney General for the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division 
  • April Verrett, SEIU Local 2015 
  • The Hon. Maria Elena Durazo, California State Senate (District 24)
  • Dolores Huerta, Dolores Huerta Foundation
  • Chrissie Castro, Native Power PAC
  • The Hon. Karen Bass, US House of Representatives (CA-37)
  • Hector Villagra, ACLU of Southern California
  • John Kim, Advancement Project California Vanessa Aramayo, Alliance for a Better Community
  • Sam Lewis, Anti-Recidivism Coalition
  • Connie Chung Joe, Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles
  • Charisse Bremond-Weaver, Brotherhood Crusade
  • David Turner, Brothers Sons Selves Coalition
  • Anthony Thigpenn, California Calls
  • Juana Rosa Cavero, California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom
  • Antonia Hernandez, California Community Foundation
  • Michele Siqueiros, Campaign for College Opportunity
  • Benjamin Torres, CDTech
  • Shimica Gaskins, Children’s Defense Fund - California
  • Angelica Salas, CHIRLA
  • Miguel A. Santana, Committee for Greater LA
  • Alberto Retana, Community Coalition
  • Laura Cortez, East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice
  • Michael Lawson, Former Ambassador for the Obama Administration
  • Connie Rice, Former NAACP LDF Western Region Chapter head Maria Brenes, InnerCity Struggle
  • Lian Cheun, Khmer Girls in Action
  • Alexandra Suh, Koreatown Imigrant Workers Alliance
  • Janel Bailey, LA Black Worker Center
  • The Hon. Marqueece Harris-Dawson, LA City Council (District 8)
  • Umar Hakim, LA Voice
  • Maria Lou Calanche, Legacy LA
  • Jenny Delwood, Liberty Hill Foundation
  • Thomas Saenz, MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund)
  • Ryan Smith, Partnership for LA Schools
  • Joseph Tomás McKellar, PICO California
  • Luis Sánchez, Power California
  • Gloria Medina, SCOPE
  • Max Arias, SEIU Local 99
  • D’Artagnan Scorza, Social Justice Learning Institute
  • Bamby Salcedo, The TransLatin@ Coalition
  • Cecilia Myart-Cruz, United Teachers - Los Angeles
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Ad paid for by Million Voter Project Action Fund – Yes on 15, Sponsored by Social Justice Organizations. Committee major funding from:

Yes on 15 - Schools and Communities First Sponsored by a Coalition of Labor Groups and Social Justice Organizations Representing Families, Students and Essential Workers

California Calls Education Fund

Heising-Simons Action Fund

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