Press Release

Thursday, March 4, 2021
Housing Town Hall Panelists

Assemblymember Kamlager hosted a Housing Town Hall on March 4, bringing together leaders in the affordable housing realm to discuss the state's affordable housing goals, strategies for creating more equitable housing policies, and important information about recent legislation such as the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act. 

You can watch the full Housing Town Hall and learn more about the issues and resources discussed at: Facebook.com/AsmKamlagerDove.

Learn more about the Panelist Speakers and their resources:

Thursday, March 4, 2021
Asm. Kamlager and other speakers
Asm. Kamlager at podium

Asm. Kamlager held a press conference on ACA 3, on the South steps of the State Capitol building.

Thursday, March 4, 2021
ACA 3 Press Conference - Assemblymember Kamlager
ACA 3 Press Conference
ACA 3 Press Conference
ACA 3 Press Conference
ACA 3 Press Conference - Assemblymember Kalra
ACA 3 Press Conference - Assemblymember Kamlager
Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager hosted a press conference on March 4 to officially announce Assembly Constitutional Amendment 3 (ACA 3), the California Abolition Act, which will amend the Constitution of California to end involuntary servitude in California. 
 
Thursday, March 4, 2021
(SACRAMENTO) -- Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager today announced Assembly Constitutional Amendment 3 (ACA 3), the California Abolition Act, which will amend the Constitution of California to end involuntary servitude in California.
 
Article 1, Section 6 of the California Constitution currently allows the practice of involuntary servitude as a means of punishing crime. The euphemistic language of “involuntary servitude” masks what this nefarious practice is in plain language: forced labor.
 
Wednesday, March 3, 2021

By Tanu Henry for California Black Media via LA Focus Newspaper

For 24 years now, Samual Brown – who was convicted for attempted murder in Sacramento – has been serving time in California state prisons. Right now, he is at a correctional facility in Lancaster, a Los Angeles County town northeast of L.A. While in prison, Brown says he has evolved. In addition to earning an associate degree, Brown will be awarded his B.A. from CSU Los Angeles in the Spring, graduating with a 4.0 GPA.

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

By OW Staff Writer for Our Weekly Los Angeles

Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager (D-Los Angeles) announced Assembly Bill 609 to help ensure racial and gender equity for college athletes in California on Monday, March 1. Kamlager said the bill is known as The College Athlete Race and Gender Equity Act. She said the bill will secure equitable opportunity, treatment, and compensation for college athletes whose skills have so far been exploited for financial gain by the NCAA’s college industrial sports complex.

Monday, March 1, 2021

(SACRAMENTO) -- Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager (D-Los Angeles) today announced Assembly Bill 609 to help ensure racial and gender equity for college athletes in California. Known as The College Athlete Race and Gender Equity Act, the bill will secure equitable opportunity, treatment, and compensation for college athletes whose skills have so far been exploited for financial gain by the NCAA’s college industrial sports complex.