Non-profit

Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy

Website:

laane.org/

Location:

LOS ANGELES, CA

Tax ID:

95-4459427

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(3)

Budget (2020):

Revenue: $5,234,400
Expenses: $3,299,801
Assets: $5,395,895

Formation:

1993

Type:

Non-Profit

Executive Director:

Roxana Tynan

Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) is a left-of-center activist organization that is at the “forefront” of the left-progressive and labor union movements in Los Angeles, California. [1] [2] [3] [4]

LAANE is a co-founder of the left-of-center Partnership for Working Families (PWF), [5] [6] [7] supports the far-left Black Lives Matter movement, [8] [9] has called abortion a “human right,” [10] calls water affordability a “racial justice and equity issue,” [11] [12] and incorporates components of the critical race theory-influenced concept of social justice in its approach to Los Angeles-area activism. [13]

LAANE’s funders include the left-of-center Annenberg Foundation, Marguerite Casey Foundation, Center for Popular Democracy, Ford Foundation, Kresge Foundation, left-wing Penney Family Fund, Weingart Foundation, and others. [14] In 2022, LAANE received a three-year, $2 million grant from the left-of-center James Irvine Foundation. [15] LAANE has also received grants from the left-wing Movement Strategy Center [16] and $50,000 from the left-of-center Tides Foundation in 2018. [17]

History and Leadership

Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy was founded in 1993. [18]

Roxana Tyan has been the executive director of LAANE since February 2012. [19] [20] Tyan is a 2022-2023 Job Quality Fellow with the Aspen Institute. [21] Previously, she was an organizer for the Hotel and Restaurant Employees International Union (HERE) labor union in Los Angeles, California, and Las Vegas, Nevada. [22]

Activities and Funding

Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy is at the “forefront” of the left-progressive and labor union movements in Los Angeles. [23] [24] [25]

LAANE is a co-founder of the left-of-center Partnership for Working Families (PWF) and incorporates components of the critical race theory-influenced concept of social justice in its approach to social movements in the Los Angeles area. [26] [27] [28] LAANE is also an ally of the the left-of-center California Calls. [29]

LAANE supports the far-left Black Lives Matter movement, [30] [31] has called abortion a “human right,” and published a statement that the leaked Supreme Court draft decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is an “attack on poor and working class folx [sic] with uteruses.” [32]

LAANE operates the Reclaim Our Schools LA coalition, [33] is a member of Our Water LA Coalition, [34] calls water affordability a “racial justice and equity issue,” [35] helped create left-of-center PowerSwitch Action, [36] and supports a one-time tax on all property sales over $5 million in Los Angeles, California. [37]

LAANE demands what it calls an “equitable, water secure future.” [38] The organization is a member of the Repower LA coalition that advocates for the critical theory-influenced concept of equitable environmental programs in Los Angeles. [39] It also advocates using critical theory-influenced “climate and economic justice screening” to direct federal funding, with race included as a key factor for grants. [40] In 2016, LAANE conducted research that aimed to “advance equity in California climate policy.” [41]

In 2015, LAANE launched the Quality Care Campaign with the left-of-center SEIU labor union to mobilize and activate nursing home workers. [42] LAANE supports raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour [43] and supports labor unions at the Port of Los Angeles, the Port of Long Beach, [44] and in the retail sectors. [45]

In 2019, LAANE gave a $40,000 grant to the left-of-center Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE). [46]

Funding

Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy is funded by individual donations and foundation grants. [47] LAANE’s funders include the left-of-center Annenberg Foundation, California Wellness Foundation, Marguerite Casey Foundation, Center for Popular Democracy, Ford Foundation, Kresge Foundation, Nathan Cummings Foundation, left-wing Penney Family Fund of the Common Counsel Foundation, Public Welfare FoundationResources Legacy Fund, Roth Family Foundation, Weingart Foundation, and others. [48]

In 2022, LAANE received a three-year grant worth $2 million from the left-of-center James Irvine Foundation. [49] LAANE also received a grant from the left-of-center Raikes Foundation in 2022. [50]

In 2020, LAANE reported revenue of $5,234,400 and expenses of $2,193,917. [51] LAANE reported revenue of $3,669,402 and expenses of $3,255,672 in 2019. [52]

In 2020, received a $75,000 grant from the Omidyar Network as one of its “reimagining capitalism” grants [53] [54] and also received a $30,000 grant from the left-of-center Hidden Leaf Foundation. [55] In 2019, LAANE received a $300,000 grant from the left-of-center Lumina Foundation. [56]

In 2018, LAANE received $60,000 from the left-wing Movement Strategy Center; [57] $50,700 from the Liberty Hill Foundation; [58] [59] $50,400 from the left-of-center California Community Foundation; [60] $50,000 from the left-of-center Tides Foundation; [61] $10,000 from the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW) labor union; [62] $89,000 from the Screen Actors Guild of America; and others. [63]

LAANE also received $600,000 in grants from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation between 2012 and 2015; [64] $110,000 from the left-of-center William and Flora Hewlett Foundation in 2007; [65]  $100,000 from the Rosenberg Foundation; [66] and smaller grants from organizations including the AFL-CIO labor union, [67] Chicago Community Trust, [68] Surdna Foundation, [69] United Steelworkers (USW) labor union, [70] Solidago Foundation, [71] Jewish Community Foundation of the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, [72] [73] Unite Here, [74] San Francisco Foundation, [75] ImpactAssets, [76] Ronald W. Burkle Foundation, and others. [77]

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  30. Facebook Post. LAANE Facebook. Posted June 2, 2020. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://www.facebook.com/LAANEonFB/photos/a.161457615940/10158191867900941/?type=3. ^
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  33. “Reclaim Our Schools LA.” Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://laane.org/blog/campaigns/education/. ^
  34. “Our Water LA.” Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://laane.org/blog/campaigns/our-water-la/. ^
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  36. “Tweet.” Twitter. Posted July 18, 2022. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://twitter.com/LAANE/status/1549103476860264456. ^
  37. “Facebook Post.” Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy. Posted June 15, 2022. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://www.facebook.com/LAANEonFB/posts/pfbid06Vz9tDWY9mWweZn6Zi1pg8WXvPp1aLZh1iBfEtENwqswHCtoVdVrcdu9ZH6pJFeTl?__cft__[0]=AZVumjhj1Wk0dbhr0mMyihufBVsVbFcY3B9Uq_wDG7W4tht7mijxb1O3O7Mh2q1NmCTc8bUswxi2xsupofmX_qv7wE56sSl1FhoqhgPitKqoLEbvTbyr_mV9nlw4bnDRsmdvpZMwMZ1C8kUFY6-4yT2TBcSd1pEBIx8d3TXxp7y3e4VPiHy_mwMehFvpsfEaZ8VcPLLcIWz9dBkVBdpFUe4u&__tn__=%2CO%2CP-R. ^
  38. “Tweet.” Twitter. Posted July 19, 2022. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://twitter.com/LAANE/status/1549461502633148416?cxt=HHwWgIC8md_B5YArAAAA. ^
  39. “Repower LA.” LAANE. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://laane.org/blog/campaigns/energy-and-water/. ^
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  41. “Research Chronologically.” LAANE. September 13, 2016. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://laane.org/research-chronologically/. ^
  42. “Quality Care.” Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy.  Accessed July 20, 2022. https://laane.org/blog/campaigns/quality-care/. ^
  43. “Wages & Economic Development.” LAANE. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://laane.org/blog/campaigns/wages-economic-development/. ^
  44. [1] “Our People Our Port.” LAANE. Accessed July 20, 2022. https://laane.org/blog/campaigns/ports-goods-movement/. ^
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Nonprofit Information

  • Accounting Period: December - November
  • Tax Exemption Received: March 1, 1998

  • Available Filings

    Period Form Type Total revenue Total functional expenses Total assets (EOY) Total liabilities (EOY) Unrelated business income? Total contributions Program service revenue Investment income Comp. of current officers, directors, etc. Form 990
    2020 Dec Form 990 $5,234,400 $3,299,801 $5,395,895 $1,389,201 N $5,059,266 $133,590 $1,644 $326,595
    2019 Dec Form 990 $3,669,402 $3,255,672 $2,557,980 $485,885 N $3,586,452 $0 $6,467 $191,666 PDF
    2018 Dec Form 990 $2,444,723 $3,597,301 $2,057,238 $398,873 Y $2,390,662 $0 $2,038 $307,838 PDF
    2017 Dec Form 990 $5,105,982 $4,862,202 $3,649,292 $315,232 N $5,048,943 $0 $2,321 $293,651 PDF
    2016 Dec Form 990 $3,415,579 $4,683,520 $3,422,928 $332,648 N $3,361,415 $0 $2,060 $286,833
    2015 Dec Form 990 $6,463,037 $4,802,401 $4,946,211 $587,990 N $6,433,598 $0 $3,530 $349,750 PDF
    2014 Dec Form 990 $4,174,546 $4,346,220 $3,045,054 $347,469 N $4,155,527 $0 $3,871 $269,133 PDF
    2013 Dec Form 990 $4,039,410 $4,245,235 $3,225,330 $356,790 N $4,027,363 $0 $3,361 $151,454 PDF
    2012 Dec Form 990 $3,993,537 $4,125,897 $3,468,616 $364,047 N $3,980,190 $0 $3,514 $0 PDF
    2011 Dec Form 990 $5,092,400 $4,135,800 $3,617,492 $380,563 N $5,074,341 $0 $3,388 $0 PDF

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