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Fiscal Projects

Los Angeles Indigenous Peoples Alliance (LAIPA) is a fiscal sponsor of the following organizations whose mission, vision, and values are in alignment with our commitment to equity and empowerment through culturally responsive, indigenous, and human rights centered strategies.

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De Corazon's mission is to cultivate Circles of Care through healing justice frameworks that embolden practitioners to integrate radical love and belonging in their homes, classrooms, communities, and beyond. We envision a safe and equitable world where restorative interactions transform individuals, relationships, communities and systems through the prevention, repair and deep healing of harm.

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KLBRI is a grassroots organization and fiscal project of Los Angeles Indigenous People’s Alliance (LAIPA). KLBRI was founded by Dr. Patty Ramirez in response to the political context of unaccompanied minors, family separation, migrant caravans, racial trauma, police brutality, and mass incarceration. These along with a global health pandemic functioned as exacerbating factors on the impact of race-based stress that has fatigued black, indigenous, people of color social justice leaders threatening the sustainability of social justice organizations and movements. The mission of the Institute is to uplift and sustain advocates and leaders through an ecosystem of care, well-being, and healing.

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