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CROP-LA (Community Resilience Organizing Project) is a transportation justice and mutual aid group. We are providing free cycling safety gear and cyclists’ rights education in an increasingly bike-hostile city.
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What did we accomplish in 2023?
Hi friends, 2023 has been a whirlwind of a year. CROP LA became somewhat inactive towards the end of 2022 as the collective spent a lot of time figuring out what we wanted to do and how we wanted to go about our mission. A few of us still r...
Published on November 10, 2023 by Olga
CROP-LA (Community Resilience Organizing Project) is a collection of abolitionist activists in Los Angeles, focused on projects around transportation justice, mutual aid, and political education. We are currently providing free cycling safety gear and cyclists’ rights education in an increasingly bike-hostile city, but are looking to expand our scope in the future.
We’re committed to working with other local activist groups, and to teaching ourselves and each other the skills we’ve gained doing our work in order to help accelerate the movement for social justice.
Donations will be used for distribution materials (bike lights, reflective tape, printing know-your-rights educational materials, signs), as well as basic operational overhead (like storage, tools).