Racial Equity Action Plan


Racial Equity Action Plan

LAFPP tackles racial equity challenges by requiring additional training and providing our employees/Commissioners with additional resources to improve their ability to combat subtle racism. The following REP goals illustrate how LAFPP addresses these issues:


Utilize Cornerstone training to increase Racial Diversity knowledge amongst staff

  • Require that 1 of the 2 non-mandatory trainings for LAFPP employees be on or related to gender diversity (10-15 minute online trainings).

Utilize training from other City Departments to increase Racial Diversity knowledge amongst staff such as:

  • Status on the Commission of Women training
    • Take a Stand Against Hate: A Dialogue with the Asian Pacific Islander Community https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_FE0nJp2c0
    • Discrimination Series: Fair Employment, Equitable Workplaces, and Upward Mobility https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkJos98WOr0
  • Civil + Human Rights & Equity Department
    • LA for ALL: Stop Hate Resource Hub
    • Stop Hate Videos (24-50 minutes) https://civilandhumanrights.lacity.org/laforall/videos  


Post Anti-Hate Posters within common areas of the Department

  • Anti-Hate Posters and other media information https://civilandhumanrights.lacity.org/laforall/thecampaign

Develop relationships with and make employees aware of nonprofit and professional organizations that provide support to individuals of diverse racial groups who have been historically marginalized. These affinity groups offer employment training, civil service test preparation, interview coaching and educational scholarships to City Employees.

  • Association of Black Personnel in the City Government
  • Los Angeles City Employees Asian American Association
  • Los Angeles City Employees Chicano Association
  • Los Angeles Middle East Employees Association
  • Los Angeles Filipino Association of City Employees (LAFACE)
  • Los Angeles Association of Black Personnel, Inc.

Make employees aware of on-line resources provided by the Museum of Tolerance (MOT). The MOT is dedicated to challenging people to understand the Holocaust.