SD2 - A National Innovation Hub for Community Solutions to Dismantle Racism

SD2 - A National Innovation Hub for Community Solutions to Dismantle Racism

upcoming Event

Healing Within: Embracing Mental Wellness through Yoga & Sound

Friday, May 31 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

upcoming Book Club Discussions

Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner

Wednesday, January 17 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Celebrating, Elevating, and Facilitating Racial Justice Leadership in the Second District

Founded in February 2022, the Second District Racial Justice Learning Exchange (RJLE) is an initiative of the Office of Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell that brings district residents, County, civic and community leaders together to learn from and celebrate our diversity, confront biases and inspire meaningful steps to eliminate structural racism.

2024 Upcoming Topics

February 2024

Implicit Bias in Media

March 2024

Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline

April 2024

Advancing Health Equity through Nature & Exercise

May 2024

Healing Within

June 2024


July 2024

Social Impact

September 2024

Environmental Justice

October 2024

Native American & Indigenous

November 2024

Arts and Culture

December 2024

Restorative Justice

January 2025

Economic Justice

Past Events

Book Club

We host a quarterly book club to understand the history of racism - and the struggle to overcome it - in LA County, California, and our country.

Stories from the 2nd District

As part of the 2nd District Racial Justice Learning Exchange (RJLE), we are inviting residents of the 2nd District the opportunity to share audio recordings about their lived experience.

Get Involved

Join our monthly community events and learning discussions with County, civic, community leaders, residents, and issue experts that live and serve communities of the Second District.

Los Angeles County’s Second District is home to transformative models for community-building and advancing social justice that spans generations.

This deep wisdom comes from the lived experiences and cultural influence of its diverse communities and its history of standing up to injustice - from Watts in 1965, Florence and Normandie in 1992, to the post George Floyd world we now face - the Second District has created organizations and leaders that have shaped a national blueprint for confronting racism and creating meaningful change.

Key Components

Public Programs & Events

Capacity Building in Racial Equity Leadership

Elevating & Strengthening the County’s Anti-Racism Efforts

"Our future is counting on the courage of our actions today. Let us boldly face the challenges before us knowing we have the power to create change.”