Where We Organize

ACCE has 5 offices across the state in Sacramento, Richmond, Oakland, Los Angeles and San Diego. Our statewide team work hand and hand with our local offices across the state and direct our statewide campaign efforts.

Contact Us

3655 S Grand Ave, Suite 250
Los Angeles, CA 90007




Housing Justice

Born out of our years of work fighting Wall Street’s agenda to foreclose on millions of families across California, ACCE Action is deeply committed to fighting displacement and building a California where everyone has access to a safe and affordable place to live. In all of our offices, ACCE Action organizes tenants facing rent increases and unjust evictions – and is fighting for rent control policies and tenant protections across the state.

Most recently, ACCE Action engaged in an incredible campaign to win the Tenant Protection Act of 2019 (Assembly Bill 1482). The bill will cap rents statewide to stop the most egregious rent increases as well as prevent unfair and arbitrary evictions by implementing Just Cause protections. AB 1482 is the largest expansion of tenant protections in recent US history and will protect California’s 17 million renters - extending new protections to 8 million tenants who have never had renter protections before.

In 2018, ACCE Action played a critical role in advancing rent control across California. Most prominently, we were one of the signatories that put the repeal of Costa Hawkins on the ballot and played a leading role in driving the campaign. We collected tens of thousands of signatures to lead us to a successful ballot qualification and led an effort that contacted nearly a million voters through the election on the phone, doors or via text in support of Proposition 10. While Prop 10 did not pass, the campaign was a vehicle that built tremendous power and support for the housing justice movement - fundamentally altering the landscape in California. While Wall Street landlords outspent us more than 4 to 1 - momentum for rent control is growing. Poll after poll has shown that a majority of California voters support it and it has become an issue that California elected officials have come to realize must be addressed.

ACCE Action is also a proud steering committee member of Housing NOW! – a statewide coalition that is building power to make housing affordable and combat the displacement crisis that is disproportionately impacting working class communities of color. Led by tenants, our coalition also includes allied landlords, realtors, and dozens of community, faith and labor organizations.

Voter Engagement

Wall Street, oil companies, and giant corporations continue to spend billions to buy political power in both major parties (especially because of the top two primary law), which then act to reduce consumer protections, give out corporate subsidies, and under-tax corporations. With these corporations, hedge funds, and real estate developers spend more and more in each election to support issues and candidates that share their vision of profits over people meaning our communities are under attack in every election!

But, we have proven that when we are engaged and organized, not only can we defeat their attacks but we can pass strong policies that benefit our communities! That is why ACCE Action is part of the Million Voters Project (MVP) - an unprecedented collaboration of California’s strongest community-based networks organizing to expand California’s electorate. We are uniting all of California - low income families, parents, young people, Black, Latino and Asian Pacific Islander communities, immigrants and refugees, people of faith, and the formerly incarcerated - to build our political power as the new California majority.

In 2018 alone, ACCE contacted 67259 voters during the general election to advance our social, economic and racial agenda at the ballot.

Corporate Accountability

From corporations like Chevron, the largest landowner in California, for not paying their fair share in property taxes - to big banks and private equity giants like Blackstone for buying up our homes and displacing millions of Californians, ACCE Action is holding Wall Street accountable

ACCE Action is part of the Schools and Communities First coalition that is leading the work to advance the California Schools and Local Communities Funding Act which will restore over $11 billion per year to California’s schools, community colleges, health clinics and other vital services. We can no longer afford to keep giving billions of dollars in tax breaks to millionaires, billionaires and big corporations. It’s time to reform Prop 13!