The Korean American Federation of Los Angeles (KAFLA) will host a Sense LA creative assembly on two consecutive days Tuesday, Oct. 29th and Wednesday, Oct. 30th at KAFLA headquarters. KAFLA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving the Korean-American community of Los Angeles County. Founded in 1962, KAFLA represents and promotes the interests of the Korean-American community and serves as an umbrella organization to over 250 Korean-American community organizations throughout greater Los Angeles.
We are excited to be working with KAFLA on this assembly and hope you can join us! The event is free and open to everyone.
981 S Western Ave # 100, Los Angeles, CA 90006
Please RSVP by October 26th by clicking here.
Sense LA Community Plan:
Sense LA, together with the Korean-American Federation of Los Angeles (KAFLA), have convened all members of the Greater Wilshire area, organizations, clubs, associations and general residents to participate in a series of creative assemblies intended to bring people together to discuss, identify and create more nuanced comprehension of the issues that affect themselves, each other and their communities. Through our efforts, we anticipate the creation of a greater Wilshire recommendation document for the City of LA’s master plan. KAFLA has joined forces with the Berggruen Institute to use a leading-edge collaboration and creativity methodology developed at MIT to enable groups of people to understand problems of mutual interest and to connect to create a holistic vision for every subsection of greater Wilshire. This method of cooperation represents a marked shift in the way community input is gathered. It is also an unprecedented way of creating a deeper understanding of the individual members of various communities and how they feel about their environment.