Student Clubs & Community Organizations
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Learn more about LBCC Student Clubs, Viking Volunteer Programs, Recreational Sports Programs, and Leadership Programs.
Community Partner Organizations
The War in Southeast Asia, the Khmer Rouge, and Killing Fields in Cambodia forced many Cambodians to migrate to Long Beach in hopes to find an opportunity to rebuild their lives and community. Due to ongoing organizing efforts of Cambodia Town Inc. and Midtown Business Improvement District, in collaboration with Councilmember Dee Andrews, the East Anaheim Street corridor was officially designated as Cambodia Town on July 3rd, 2007.
For 55 years, the California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ) has worked to transform communities and end discrimination, oppression and injustice. CCEJ was originally founded in 1927 as the National Conference for Christians and Jews (later known as the National Conference for Community and Justice). In 1963, NCCJ established an office in Long Beach, which evolved into the CCEJ of today. Our decades of experience in Southern California give us a unique strength in activating change and helping to solve profound systemic problems.
The mission of Long Beach Forward is to create a healthy Long Beach with low-income communities of color by building community knowledge, leadership, and power. Our vision is that race and income do not determine one’s future in Long Beach—it’s a community where everyone is safe, connected, and healthy. We are the glue that brings people, community organizations, and decision makers together by providing the tools and resources they need for positive change.
We are a grassroots network of community organizations and individuals working for just immigration policies and practices that respect human rights and the dignity of immigrants, through education, services, and advocacy.
The Center began in 1977 as living room gatherings to discuss issues important to the LGBTQ community. The Center was officially incorporated in 1980 as One in Long Beach, Inc. and has been providing a variety of health, social, advocacy, legal, and service programs to the LGBTQ community in the Greater Long Beach area for three decades.
LBCC College Support & Student Resources
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